Friday, 2 October 2015

Common Lizard - October record for Beeley Moor

I can't recall having seen Common Lizard before in October. Usually they have disappeared to start their winter hibernation by early September on Beeley Moor but the weather has been so warm recently it has encouraged them to bask a little longer. 
I saw a couple of juveniles today and no adults so it may just be the youngsters remaining.
I've also seen Brimstone butterfly today along with several Small Tortoiseshell and a Red Admiral.
Common Lizard - juvenile

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