Monday, 16 May 2011
Coast Path Saturday 14th May 2011
Despite the very strong winds blowing on Saturday morning there were plenty of insects and wild flowers to attract the attention on our walk. We decided to walk along the coast path from Nefyn to Morfa Nefyn as this had some shelter from the stong winds and thus likely to enable us to see some insects. Its always a good choice of walk on this route if we have strong winds blowing in the from a westerly direction as you get some shelter along the path which leaves some areas practically wind free and thus attractive to butteflies and other flying insects.
The large Red Damsel Fly shown and the male Common Blue butterfly were just two of the more visually attractive insects we spotted.