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Important Message (14 May 2020)

The UK Government's latest message is that we must stay alert. This means that we must stay at home as much as possible, work from home if we can, limit contact with other people, keep our distance if we go out (2 metres apart where possible) and wash our hands regularly.

However we are now also permitted to exercise outdoors as often as we wish. Consequently, Butterfly Conservation and the UKBMS have decided that transect walking can start in 2020. More details can be found on the Transect News page.

News

Please note that any sightings mentioned in news items do not automatically go into our records database. Sightings should be submitted using one of the mechanisms listed on the Recording page.

09 Apr 2021

7UP! Monks Walk, Gosport. Three more species than yesterday were recorded today (1225-1400) and probably encouraged out under sunny skies and no cold wind (temperature range 11-13 deg Celsius). Of interest today was a remarkably colourless Peacock, a recently emerged Speckled Wood (female) and my first sighting this year of a mating pair (Small White). Totals: Comma (6); Brimstone (M)(2); Small White (M)(4)(F)(2); Small Tortoiseshell (1); Large White (1); Peacock (5); Speckled Wood (F)(1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Peacock - fading glory?
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Small White - mating pair
Photo © Francis Plowman
Speckled Wood (female)
Photo © Francis Plowman

Milton Lock and foreshore. A warmish day where the wind had abated but the butterfly count was very poor. In fact so far this year I think everything is still waiting for that big explosion of species. Numbers of what are out seem to be very poor as well. One Small Tortoiseshell was seen a female which was egg-laying on some nettle. Other butterflies seen was just the Small White, a pair mating and one singleton. At home I had a fresh Angle Shades Moth sitting on my windowsill of the porch in the bright sunshine. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Angle Shades Moth
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Small White's mating
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Small Tortoiseshell laying on nettle
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

08 Apr 2021

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. Two hours this afternoon when the sun finally emerged from high cloud, I found butterfly numbers and species much reduced. The temperature at 12 degrees Celsius felt much cooler in the swirling breeze and only four species for a total of 11 butterflies were recorded today. But, Bluebells are out, a glorious purple Snakes-head fritillary nodded gracefully in the breeze and a young fox studied me closely in the butterfly meadow. Totals: Peacock (5); Small White (M)(2); Small Tortoiseshell (3); Speckled Wood (1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Peacock basking out of the wind
Photo © Francis Plowman
Small White male roosting on buddleia
Photo © Francis Plowman
Small Tortoiseshell on low nettles
Photo © Francis Plowman

04 Apr 2021

Hummingbird already. During a mid afternoon gardening teabreak to my great surprise saw a Hummingbird Hawkmoth fly in and spend a minute or so nectaring on aubretia flowers. My earliest ever in the garden; also around was a Comma butterfly. [Posted by Andy Bolton]

03 Apr 2021

Orange-tip female. Emerged today from lordswood one of four raised from eggs on honesty plant last year [Posted by David Lobb]

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Photo © David LobbPhoto © David Lobb

02 Apr 2021

Orange-tip & Holly Blue at Magdalen. Along with 32 Peacock and 2 Small Tortoiseshell, I saw a male Holly Blue and a male and female Orange-tip at Magdalen Hill Down on Friday, 2nd April. [Posted by Lee Hurrell]

Lee (Nursling). Pristine Painted Lady seen near River Test this afternoon. Also, male and female Orange-tips and a few Peacocks. [Posted by Nigel Jones]

Farley Mount (Blackthorn). As there was a rather cool NE wind, we didn't expect to see many butterflies this morning as we walked in lovely spring sunshine near Farley Mount, just west of Winchester. The primary purpose of our walk was to spot Brown Hare, of which we saw seven, but with blackthorn in full flower at this time of year it's a good opportunity to make note of areas to search next winter for possible Brown Hairstreak eggs. You'll see from the first photo that we found some lovely areas of blackthorn alongside the footpath. On the sheltered southern side of the hedge it was lovely and warm and the blackthorn flowers were attracting a lot of insects including five Peacock butterflies. As well as nectaring on blackthorn, we also saw one on dandelion. [Posted by Andy Barker]

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Blackthorn (near Farley Mount)
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Peacock on blackthorn
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Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. Doubtless the cool northerly breeze and my later start reduced numbers today (1400-1540) but still six species were seen including first Large White of the year. Totals: Comma (9); Peacock (9); Large White (F)(1); Small White (2); Small Tortoiseshell (2); Speckled Wood (M)(1).

Correction: The photograph of Small White posted on 29 March 2021 was surely a female and not as submitted, male! [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Peacock - posing or posting?
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Large White female on Blackthorn blossom
Photo © Francis Plowman
Speckled Wood male, very tame!
Photo © Francis Plowman

01 Apr 2021

First Orange-tip sighting in North Baddesley. First male Orange-tip of the year seen here today on my reserve at North Baddesley. Sorry no photo as the wind took it away. [Posted by Kevin Ross]

31 Mar 2021

Test Valley Way : Horsebridge. On a 11K walk in cloudy but warm conditions spotted dozens of Peacocks, one Small White, several Brimstones, one Red Admiral, one Small Tortoiseshell and two Commas. [Posted by Alison]

30 Mar 2021

Havant Thicket. During this spell of warm weather, I paid a visit to Havant Thicket where the temperature reached 19 degrees. I walked my usual route following the main circular path. Many Brimstones were flying as well as my first sightings this year of Small Whites, Commas and Peacocks. My totals were: Brimstone 19M 2F, Small White 2, Comma 2, Peacock 4. [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. The anticipated arrival of Speckled Wood saw today's species' record climb to six. It was a relief also to see Small Tortoiseshell numbers rise. From 1410-1530 under full sun (17-18.5 deg C) butterflies were everywhere making for a really enjoyable circulation. Totals: Comma (15); Small Tortoiseshell (5); Peacock (11); Brimstone (M)(2); Small White (M)(7); Speckled Wood (M)(1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Comma (2 small blue dots on hind wings)
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Small Tortoiseshell
Photo © Francis Plowman
Speckled Wood male - freshly emerged
Photo © Francis Plowman

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. The anticipated arrival of Speckled Wood saw today's species' record climb to six. It was a relief also to see Small Tortoiseshell numbers rise. From 1410-1530 under full sun (17-18.5 deg C) butterflies were everywhere making for a really enjoyable circulation. Totals: Comma (15); Small Tortoiseshell (5); Peacock (11); Brimstone (M)(2); Small White (M)(7); Speckled Wood (M)(1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Comma (2 small blue dots on hind wings)
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Small Tortoiseshell
Photo © Francis Plowman
Speckled Wood male - freshly emerged
Photo © Francis Plowman

29 Mar 2021

Hayling Billy Cycle Trail. In the afternoon today the temperature reached 13 degrees, where I walked a section of the Hayling Billy Cycle trail starting at Saltmarsh Lane, Hayling Island. Here I saw a total of 5 male Brimstones and 1 female Brimstone. [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Portsdown Hill (East). In the late morning I walked the East end of Portsdown Hill, where along the path above Queen Alexandra hospital two male Brimstones were flying. [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Fort Widley; Portsdown Hill; Monks Walk, Gosport. Not much happening at Fort Widley this morning between 1100-1130 when only one male Brimstone put in an appearance.

Then a very long walk along the top of Portsdown Hill slopes to above the chalk cliffs and back realised just three species between 1135-1235. Brimstone (M)(3); Peacock (1); Small White (1). The southerly breeze reduced the warmth of the constant sunshine making it a very cool and blustery hillside.

However, the sheltered parts of Monks Walk from 1445-1535 meant the warmth of the sunshine brought out at least 42 butterflies in five species: Comma (9); Peacock (20); Small White (M)(8); Brimstone (M) (4); Small Tortoiseshell (1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Practically Perfect Portsdown Peacok
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Fresh Small White male at Monks Walk
Photo © Francis Plowman

Milton Foreshore. A beautiful day by Milton foreshore today, with plenty to see and hear. On the butterfly front there were several Peacocks seen at Milton Lock along with Comma keeping territory. On the Foreshore the Peacock was flying in good number,along with Brimstone, Small Whites, and the odd Small Tortoiseshell. It won't be long before Holly Blue and Speckled Woods will be out if this weather keeps up with the Orange-tip heralding spring. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Peacock
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Comma
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Small Tortoiseshell
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

23 Mar 2021

Portsdown Hill (west). Almost a summer's day as another trek up Portsdown hill finds good amounts of butterflies, although still only four species. These were Peacock (12) Brimstone (8) Small White (2) and Comma (1). Peacocks were feeding mainly on Pussy Willow buds, and the Brimstones were patrolling up and down the rides on the down. Plenty of Birds of Prey to be seen as well with my first Red Kites being observed, along with other Kestrels and Buzzards. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Peacock plentiful today
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Other insects busy getting nectar
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Dog-Violet Dark Green Fritillary caterpillar food.
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

22 Mar 2021

Havant Thicket. Today in the sunshine I walked a circular route around Havant Thicket (SU7110) where the temperature reached 13 degrees. A total of 16 male Brimstones were seen with a single Small White. [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. Five species recorded today (22 butterflies, at least). 2 hours from 1145 in full sunshine (circa 12-15 deg C). At last the area's first Small White sighting and a glimpse of one Small Tortoiseshell. Total: Brimstone(M)(3); Small White (M)(1); Peacock (9); Comma (8); Small Tortoiseshell (1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Small Tortoiseshell, just about!
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Peacock feeding on daisy
Photo © Francis Plowman
Brimstone male with torn hind wing
Photo © Francis Plowman

21 Mar 2021

North End, Portsmouth. A Peacock, Comma and a Brimstone were all pleased to see the sun in my garden at lunch time [Posted by Adam Fulton]

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. Intermittent sunshine this afternoon kept numbers down and only three species seen (1210-1350) circa 13.5 deg C. One Comma with unusual coloration on its hind wing nearest to its abdomen. Also surprised to see a Snake's head fritillary growing in the woods! Total: Brimstone (M)(2); Comma (4); Peacock (6). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Comma with pale colour strips
Photo © Francis Plowman
Comma (same as previous example)
Photo © Francis Plowman
Peacock on wild cherry blossom
Photo © Francis Plowman

Embley Wood SU5441. 3 Brimstone butterflies(m) flying along the woodland rides in early spring sunshine. [Posted by Robert Bryant]

19 Mar 2021

Havant Thicket. In the late morning sunshine I walked a circular path following the main track around Havant Thicket. Here where the temperature reached 10 degrees I saw 2 male Brimstones and a Peacock which landed and was taking moisture from a wet area of soil. [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Milton Lock and Foreshore. A warmish day with a slight cool wind blowing in off of the sea, where the NNR reserve at Milton Lock there was a Brimstone flying in and around the bramble. Also passing through was a Small White and also sunning itself on some concrete was a lovely Comma. On the foreshore there were plenty of Hawthorn bushes well out in blossom where there was a disappointing total of just one Small Tortoiseshell feasting on nectar in a very sunny position.I've noticed so far there has been a distinct lack of Peacocks, whether they didn't like the cooler winter, or I've just been unlucky, but this is the species I normally see the most of in the March and April months. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Small Tortoiseshell
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Small White
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Brimstone
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. From 1115-1330 with a warm temperature range 12-15 deg Celsius, I recorded three species for a total of 16 butterflies. Twenty-four days after sighting my first male Brimstone at this site, today saw one female emerge. She should have no trouble finding a mate for at least three males were seen. Comma numbers are on the increase but, sadly, no further sign of Red Admiral. Small Tortoiseshell also conspicuous by its absence too. Total: Brimstone (M)(3); (F)(1); Comma (8); Peacock (4). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Brimstone female (first sighting)
Photo © Francis Plowman
Beautiful Peacock in the mud
Photo © Francis Plowman
Brimstone male on Red dead-nettle
Photo © Francis Plowman

Portsdown. Despite the cool breeze spring was in the air on Portsdown Hill this lunchtime. At least two dozen male Brimstone were tirelessly looking for females, a handful of Peacocks were in sheltered hedgelines and my first Small White of the year put in an appearance. The Brown Hairstreak egg that I have been watching has not hatched yet and I managed to locate another making a total of four individuals. [Posted by Mark Tutton]

Brimstones along Titchfield canal. One brimstone seen on the lower stretch of the Titchfield canal walk (and another brown butterfy ?)this morning. and another Brimstone in our garden in Lee on Solent ( pic on the pulmonaria). [Posted by Sue Wells]

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Photo © Sue Wells

12 Mar 2021

Small White from a Gosport Garden. On a day when I would not wish to venture out at all a Small White has just emerged (1255) from a neighbour's garden. With my wife we watched from an upstairs window as it settled on a driveway before flying out of sight behind housing. A brief search was unavailing the strong wind probably blowing the insect far away. So no photograph sadly but my first Small White sighting of the year for sure. [Posted by Francis Plowman]

09 Mar 2021

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. The temperature having reached double figures today there was hope for better luck on my walk from 1115-1250 today. The sun was full-on with a light but cool southerly breeze (10-13 deg C). The three species seen were all in warm and sheltered areas of the site. Totals: Brimstone (M)(2); Peacock (1); Comma (1). The latter was photographed - showing its distinctive left wing damage - earlier on 28 Feb and 1 March so it has clearly found somewhere secure to survive the recent night frosts. Two foxes also seen lounging lazily in the sunshine. [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Brimstone (male)
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Peacock
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Comma with left wing damage
Photo © Francis Plowman

28 Feb 2021

Hummingbird hawkmoth in Cosham. A Hummingbird Hawkmoth seen yesterday in Theo Roberts' garden, nectaring on Buddleja officinalis. [Posted by Andrew Brookes]

Red Admiral at Monks Walk, Gosport. Finally, my first Red Admiral sighting of 2021. This brings to four those species seen this year which is one more than February 2020. A little cooler on my walk from 1200-1400 today with an easterly breeze off the harbour but three days of sunshine and temperatures around 12 degrees finally convinced one Red Admiral that Spring had arrived! No Brimstone seen. Total: Red Admiral (1); Comma (4); Peacock (1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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Red Admiral shy but in good condition
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Peacock and shadow
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Large Tortoiseshell (part 2) in Cosham. Saturday another warm day in Cosham and would you believe it the Large Tortoiseshell was back for another sunbathing session. This time Graham had his camera ready with a lens which highlights the beauty of this rare butterfly. It was in his next door neighbours garden so it had not travelled far. As you can see from the photographs it's in superb condition and I have highlighted the wing patterns for ID purposes.

Full story on www.purple-emperor.co.uk

Photo credit Graham Roberts [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Large Tortoiseshell
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Large Tortoiseshell
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Large Tortoiseshell
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

27 Feb 2021

First Butterfly in Hayling Island. Today I was walking along Brights Lane, Hayling Island in the sunshine when I spotted my first butterfly of the year. A male Brimstone landed to feed, but sadly I had left my camera at home as I was not expecting to see anything! [Posted by Roy Symonds]

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. I have to go back to 16 Oct 20 to record three or more species here. Today (1145-1350)in full sun circa 14 degrees Celsius three early year species seen including my first Comma of the season. Totals: Comma (3); Brimstone (M)(2); Peacock (1). [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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1st Comma of the year
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2nd Comma
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Peacock in silhouette
Photo © Francis Plowman

Peacock @ Horsea Lane Allotments, Portsmouth. A Peacock enjoying the daffs and a couple of Brimstone seen too. [Posted by Adam Fulton]

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Peacock
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Large Tortoiseshell in Cosham. I have been sent three pictures of a Large Tortoiseshell which was seen in a garden in East Cosham this was about three o'clock in the afternoon, and it was seen on a window sill first sunning itself for a few minutes, and then it flew up and rested again for a few minutes. Luckily Graham Roberts had his mobile phone where he took some pictures of it. It then flew away possibly going north. The house is quite close to Portsdown Hill, and another was possibly seen again in the garden in 2020. Does this lend itself to a migrant, it was in very good condition, or there may well be a small colony here in Portsmouth/Cosham, as there is a lot of Wych Elms dotted about. I'd be interested in people's opinions. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Large Tortoiseshell
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Photos Graham Roberts
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26 Feb 2021

Northington Down. Brimstone butterfly - on the wing in bright sunshine, 1130am. My first sighting of the year. [Posted by Robert Bryant]

Butterflies in the upper Itchen Valley. On a walk today from Cheriton to Ovington and Hampage Wood via Tichborne we saw 14 butterflies of 4 species between 11.30 and 14.00 in the 'heat of the day', probably no more than 13degC. Most were seen along field and hedge boundaries. We saw one each of Small Tortoiseshell, Comma and Peacock with the rest being Brimstones. [Posted by Bob Whitmarsh]

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A Comma in a hedgerow
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A Brimstone resting briefly
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Brimstone in Portsmouth. My first butterfly of the year was Brimstone in my garden in North End Portsmouth at 1230. Unfortunately I couldn’t hang up from the meeting I was in quick enough to get a photo. [Posted by Adam Fulton]

First butterfly sightings of the year. Warm enough in the sun today in Winchester, to sit outside in the garden for the first time this year. A pleasure in itself but with the added bonus of two visitors. My first butterflies of the year. A Brimstone settled on our honeysuckle followed a short time later by this Peacock sunning itself on the wooden garden border. I hardly moved from my chair to get both pictures! [Posted by Billy]

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Brimstone
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Peacock
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Milton Lock NNR. My first outing in February due to my Heart attack and so I went just around the corner to visit the Milton Lock NNR. Despite the warmth of the sunshine the only butterfly seen today was a Small Tortoiseshell, which was patrolling up and down the site, obviously looking for for a female and was guarding his territory. Buds are starting to come on the trees, and shrubs, and my Kestrel was again sitting on a fence next to the Allotments, looking for a tasty morsel. There was plenty of birdlife in the mudflats as the tide was ebbing but the invertebrates were rather disappointing. [Posted by Ashley Whitlock]

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Small Tortoiseshell
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Small Tortoiseshell
Photo © Ashley Whitlock
Kestrel
Photo © Ashley Whitlock

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. Two hours from 11:00 in warm sunshine and only one Brimstone male seen. No sign of the two Peacock recorded three days ago; possibly caught out in last night's hard ground frost? Neither has Red Admiral put in an appearance which is unusual for this site at this time of the year. Lots of wild flowers and the willow blossom is developing nicely. [Posted by Francis Plowman]

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1st Brimstone at Monks Walk 2021
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An early Peacock- Burridge. Good sunshine and little wind in our garden in Burridge. This Peacock, which flew in strongly and sunned itself on the drive is my first butterfly of the year. [Posted by Ashley Ailes]

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First of the Year. Preoccupied with looking for Little Owls in a line of oaks near Beam Cottage at Warsash (and failing as I inevitably do there) I very nearly missed my first Brimstone settled right at my feet! A very striking bright yellow in the spring like sunshine. There's nothing like the first real sighting to brighten and lift a day. Having stumbled on this one I then spotted two more moving at speed in the hedgerows. Great start to the year - hopefully it will continue like this (for everyone) [Posted by Mark Wagstaff]

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Brimstone - Warsash (Beam Cottage)
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23 Feb 2021

Brimstones in the Itchen Valley. While cycling through Itchen Abbas this morning around 12.30 I spotted two Brimstones flying along roadside garden hedges in the short-lived sunshine. These were my first butterflies of 2021. Temperature was 12-13degC. [Posted by Bob Whitmarsh]

Monks Walk, Frater Fields & Woods, Gosport. At last! Three weeks later than 2020 my first butterfly sightings for 2021. It was a beautiful sunny morning with a temperature at 12 deg C but a very strong and cool S/SE wind. From 1115-1245 I exercised through the very soggy fields and paths to discover at 1136 a Peacock sunning itself on dry bracken. This was in the area of the badger setts soon to disappear under tall nettles and new bracken. At 1204 and some 150 metres towards the shore another Peacock was sunning itself on the muddy track. I thought it might had been the first butterfly but the markings/damage reveal it to be a second. No sign of Brimstone nor Red Admiral, yet! [Posted by FRANCIS PLOWMAN]

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Peacock No 1
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Probable Peacock hibernation habitat
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Peacock No 2
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01 Feb 2021

Brown Hairstreak eggs in Cosham. Having found a single egg last year I explored the amenity field alongside the Churchillian pub where there is lots of nice south facing suckering blackthorn. In about an hour's searching I found two Brown Hairstreak eggs and lots of Blue Bordered Carpet eggs. Now to find an adult BH. [Posted by Mark Tutton]

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Photo © Mark TuttonPhoto © Mark Tutton

30 Jan 2021

25-year transect trends now available. The latest 25-year transect trend graphs for Hampshire and Isle of Wight butterfly species, including 2020 data, are now available. To see these, including comparison with the England trend, just click on the "Transect" tab of this website, then the "25 year trends" sub-tab. An example graph for Adonis Blue is shown below. [Posted by Andy Barker]

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Adonis blue - 25 year trend
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