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I suppose that when the Otter Trust at Earsham was open to the public it could be argued that this is North of The River Waveney and therefore strictly not in Suffolk, yet the postcode is Suffolk. 

Anyway this is one of the residents of Earsham on one of my several visits where the Otter was reintroduced to Britains rivers

 

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Thought i would add a couple of photo's to this site all taken in Suffolk.
No.1 A White Letter Hairstreak
No.2 A Wall butterfly
No.3 A Green Hairstreak
No.4 A Purple Hairstreak

White Letter Hairstreak.jpgWall.jpgGreen Hairstreak.jpgPurple Hairstreak.jpg



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A few more Suffolk resident's.

No.1 The rare Bedstraw Hawk Moth Caterpiller
No.2 Drinker Moth Caterpillar
No.3 Elephant Hawk Moth Caterpillar
No.4 Pale Tussock Moth Caterpillar.

Bedstraw Hawk Moth.jpgDrinker Moth.jpgElephant Hawk Moth.jpgPale Tussock Moth.jpg



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A few more Butterflies all taken in Suffolk execpt one, can you spot it. All the photos I post are my own that I have taken and are copyright so if you want to use any please ask you won't be refused.

No.1 Holly Blue
No.2 Red Admiral (This friendly bestie came and landed on my friends hand while he was filming another Butterfly)
No.3 Swallow Tail
Mo.4 Orange Tip (Male)

Holly Blue 1.jpgRed Admiral b.jpgSwallowtail.jpgOrange Tip Male.jpg



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