Hill through the Seasons"
Talk by Andy Horton
Natural History Society
distinct chill (just above freezing) in the morning but weak sunshine in
the afternoon which encouraged a Red
Admiral Butterfly to leave the Ivy
on the southern part of Mill Hill, and
a Clouded Yellow to
flutter rapidly over the lower slopes. The Clouded
Yellow was probably a mating pair in
flight? A Kestrel
above the plateau in the fading light.
Butterfly List 2017
I headed off to Mill
Hill where we counted at least 10 Clouded
Yellow (some in fresh condition) several
Admiral and a Large
White, all photographed.
NB: This was the first
recorded local Large White in November.
Butterfly Flight Times
four Wall Lizards, Podarcis
had lost their original tails by Shoreham
Fort. Three adults and a young one with
a stumpy tail quickly skitted
was very little that moved and not much colour on Mill
Hill: notably three Clouded Yellow
Butterflies were spotted restlessly fluttering
over the lower slopes.
Beach Weather Station
Nature Notes 2013