Vanessa atalanta

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National Insect Week - allows families, far left, to learn more about creepy crawlies such as this stunning Red Admiral butterfly
n Join local expert Adrian Miles for a walk around the Dudmaston Estate, Quatt, near Bridgnoth spotting the rare White Admiral butterfly.
A new survey by the National Trust found that one in three 10-12-year-olds can't identify one of the UK's most common birds, the magpie, or the distinctive Red Admiral butterfly.
If Mike Gibson was once famously described as a Red Admiral butterfly floating amongst the cabbages, I was more your blue bottle sniffing around a cow pat.
Planting aromatic plants such as rosemary,mint, chives, fennel, tarragon, basil and thyme is a good way of attracting all sorts of butterflies into your garden; The red admiral butterfly, left, and the small blue butterfly, right.
A RED Admiral butterfly paid an unexpected visit to Madeleine's mother during her emotional trip to Rome.
A RED Admiral butterfly - seen as a good omen - paid an unexpected visit to the mother of missing Madeleine McCann during her emotional trip to Rome.
MO PONS watched a red admiral butterfly careering around his garden in Crosby on December 10.
THANKS: Lesley Robertson collecting her Good Citizen Award; AUTUMN SURPRISE: The Red Admiral butterfly
JIM BRADY found tufted vetch still flowering in Prescot, where a red admiral butterfly was on the wing last week, and Frank Richmond enjoyed kingfishers at Mill Dam and Higher Lane, Rainford.
I was once chasing a Red Admiral butterfly when I was little and an alsatian started chasing me.
The next day to my aunt's amazement a red- admiral butterfly flew into the house,circled the sympathy cards and out into the garden.
Natural regeneration will occur during spring and, in turn, will provide new habitats for insects and butterflies, most notably the white admiral butterfly, for which this wood is well known.