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Wednesday, 5 August 2015
Started off at Kenfig but got there too early as apart from some Common Blues and Blue-tailed Damsels there was nothing else on the wing until the sun came out and it warmed up. At the pools at the back of the lake were some Emerald Damsels, I saw Two male Emperors patroling and One male Four-spotted Chaser, there were plenty of Common Darters about but mainly females. Walking back along the East side of the lake I did find a few Black-tailed Skimmers some copulating and One Red-veined Darter with another Emperor patroling near the beach area.