Finally I've managed to get a picture of my resident Spotted Flycatchers out of the nest, they've been nesting on top of an external light on the front of my house and this is the first time I've seen more than one out at a time, very cute.They like to sit in the trees, and then dart out and grab any insects, normally butterflies, so far I haven't seen them catch anything other than cabbage whites and meadow browns, hopefully they spare the red admirals, peacocks and commas!
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