A field less ordinary….

The field adjacent to Llanwrthwl church is earmarked for new houses – it has been since the mid-80s. As a result it is generally neglected. The grass is cut late in the season, it does not get covered in nitrogen and has just a few cattle turned on to it every so often. As it is opposite the house, I have rarely entered it until last week when I took a good look around. Its full of flowering plants and grasses and as a result attracts lots of moths, butterflies and other insects. It is probably one of the reasons I get such a variety of moths in the trap.

Common Blue

Heath spotted orchid


Ragged Robin


Yellow Rattle


Great Burnett


One Response to A field less ordinary….

  1. javrich says:

    It just shows what can happen with a little neglect – lovely.

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