An early Lizard on the prowl near Ardmore.
A blowfly living dangerously at Ardmore recently.
A late-June Lizard keeping out of the rain near Ardmore.
A Six-spot Burnet moth feeding on Knapweed near Ardmore.
Now flying in good numbers, the Painted Lady like this one at Ardmore.
Image. ack. to Tom Kennedy
It’s a phenomenal year for Painted Lady butterflies. This was seen at Ardmore yesterday.
Ardmore Tidy Towns Committee has organised a slideshow on the Birds of Ireland to be given by Sean Hogan, BirdWatch Ireland, at St. Declan’s Hall in Ardmore at 7.30pm on Friday, 29th January, 2010.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Clouded Yellows continue to fly between the showers in the areas of Ardmore and Clashmore.
One also seen in Waterford City on the 11th.