We are now into our third month of our lockdown photography competition, where we have been asking you to send us your photos from your homes, gardens and local walks, rather than on our nature reserves as the original rules state. This month’s theme was moths and butterflies, and we have received an overwhelming number of truly breath-taking photographs. From intricate close up shots of butterflies such as the resplendent and eye-catching red admiral, to more muted images of beautifully delicate moths. We are overjoyed that so many people are getting involved, and we hope that you have enjoyed photographing some of these truly magnificent creatures.
Out of 90 marvellous entries, and after much deliberation, Simon Lundbeck’s, Large Skipper was awarded first place.