This summer, Priest Hill has become a lot more 'wild' and has become more of a nature reserve thanks to all the rain, and for some, 'unpleasant' weather. We can really see the long grass and wildflowers coming through which attract Meadow brown butterflies which one can see in the photos. Marbled white butterflies are also very common now at priest hill. Knapweed attracts many butterflies and as you can see, this is what the Meadow Brown is sitting on.
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I am in my early teens and I think nature is a great thing that needs to be respected and protected.
"I don't understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it vandalism, but when we destroy something by nature we call it progress" - Ed Begley Jr.
Here is the Nuthatch, you may have seen the photo of it lower down my page.