Bank holiday monday Billinge hill

A parcel of Linnets singing in the gorse next to the hill, literally just above my head with three or four perched conveniently on gorse flowers so I could take shots. Unfortunately my memory reader has failed and ive sent it back to the retailer for a replacement. So I wont have any pics till I receive a new one. What I need to know is do the females have any red on their breasts or is it just the males?
  Also, at the side of the hill were two very tolerant Wheatear and I think I got some good close ups of them on the paths and at the stone circle. I also photographed a small copper butterfly directly in sunlight, a cinnabar moth , large white and saw common blues mating a hare and baby rabbits fleetingly. No wonder this place is great for stoats and weasels!

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