I was soon on my way and there flying around the car park over our heads was a NORFOLK HAWKER Dragonfly, a real rarity still in Kent. Its brown colour stood out well and those green eyes cannot be missed. For a few minutes it flew around and soon vanished not to be seen again. While we hoped it would reappear there was also a Hairy Dragonfly, 1 Broad bodied Chaser and a few Common Blue Damselflies. Also flying were 1 Speckled Wood and my first Large Skipper of the year. I shall hopefully return after work tomorrow and see if I can find the Norfolk Hawker and spend some time in the next few weeks trying to capture a few special shots of the Heath Fritillaries.
Broad bodied Chaser