Cumbria Butterfly Sightings: Ringlet
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|4 Jul 2020||Ringlet||100||Kings Meaburn||Penrith||NY616217||David Nattrass||In the hay meadow, humid and the sun came out many, many a (...)|
|27 Jun 2019||Mountain Ringlet||100||Hartsop Dodd||Hartsop||NY411118||Ian Watts||Very warm, 100% sun, strong breeze. The largest concentration (...)|
|26 Jun 2018||Ringlet||100||Howe Ridding Woods||Witherslack||SD433870||Brian Chandler||Very hot, no breeze, early afternoon|
|24 Jun 2017||Ringlet||100||Latterbarrow Witherslack||Witherslack||SD440827||Ian Tallon & Mike Roberts||Ringlets everywhere - probably well in excess of 100 from (...)|
|21 Jun 2017||Ringlet||100||Soddy Gap||Great Broughton||NY070323||K Hamilton||Lots of ringlets around now,, at least 100 in 45mins, (...)|
|16 Jun 2014||Ringlet||100||Soddy Gap||Little Broughton||NY071323||K Hamilton||this is conservative estimate, they are all over the site|