Ringlet butterflies can be seen between June and August, mainly in grassy areas. They can often be seen feeding on the flowers of brambles and are one of the few butterflies that will fly when it’s cloudy.
Common blue butterflies tend to live in grassy habitats and are most active in the summer. Only the males are blue with the females being a dull brown colour.
Large skipper butterflies are active during the summer months and can be found mainly in grassy areas.
Distinctive Y mark on wings.
Distinctive upturned snout.
Can see all four wings when sitting.