Some butterflies from the North Oxford trap grounds courtesy Nicola Devine.
| The Pasque Flower. All alone on the meadow slopes of Hartslock Hill, Goring on Thames, Oxfordshire. It is endangered in the wild and on the 'Red List' of The International Union for Conservation of Wildlife.|
Legend has it that the flower grew in places soaked by the blood of Romans.
|Common Buzzard gorging on a Turkey. I presume |
must have been stolen by Fox from nearby farm
|Stonechat - female|