The Small Tortoiseshell butterfly is in decline in parts of Britain. A parasitic fly, Sturmia bella, lays its eggs on its favourite food plants and they are then eaten by this beauty.
The Beautiful Butterfly
The Beautiful Swallow Tail
The Bee
White Park Cattle, a very old and rare breed of cattle, have been kept in Britain for more than 2,000 years. They are closely related to prized wild White Cattle of Medieval times.
The Bull
The Curious Sheep
The Early Bumblebee (Bombus pratorum), or Early Nesting Bumblebee. This female is feeding on Cotoneaster. They also love to forage on daisies, white clover and lavender.
The Early Bumblebee
The Insect
The Kiss
The Tearful Squirrel
The Robin (Erithacus rubecula), was named Britain's National Bird on 1960. Each robin has an unique breast pattern, and can (with difficulty) be recognised individually.
The Watcher
The Small Tortoiseshell butterfly (Aglais urticae), is common in Britain and often seen feeding on Buddleja. Its larger counterpart, though officially extinct in the UK, does occur.
Tortoiseshell Butterfly
Courtship behaviour of Tortoiseshells is peculiar. A male approaches the female from behind, drums his antennae on her wings; A feint sound audible even to the human ear.
Tortoiseshell Butterfly At Rest
Twinkle Eyed Duck
Two Friendly Donkeys
Waiting For Supper
Watching For Her Mate
Watching Me
Watching The Ladies
Welsh Winter Robin
Who's Watching ?
Goats are inquisitive and intelligent and it is common that a  female leads a trip, or herd.
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