Sunday, 11 June 2017


A selection of wildlife images taken recently by John Feavearyear during one or two walks in East Mersea at the start of June.
Pictured above are two slow-worms seen near Coopers Beach.

A speckled wood butterfly enjoying the sunshine at the country park.

A young rabbit at the park found with some sort of damaged leg.

The swallows muddy nest with one egg in the bus shelter on the East Mersea road near Shop Lane, has become a favoured site for them in the last few years.

The yellow flowers of Jack-go-to-bed-at-noon, or goatsbeard is flowering in various grassy places in East Mersea.

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