In the morning we visited Nanos and in the afternoon we stayed around Lake Cerknica.
View from Nanos
Swallowtail, also Scarce Swallowtail today
Large Wall Brown
Heath Fritillary (above and below)
Domen and Sara looking out from Nanos
Cerknica Lake- a temporary karst lake that disappears down a sink hole each summer. Approx 40 pairs of Corncrakes breed in the remaining wet meadows.
Ashy-headed Wagtail . Other typical birds in the lake area include Marsh Warbler, Whinchat and Corncrake. Also Marsh Harrier, Hobby, Whitethroat, and Sedge Warbler.
Adriatic Lizard Orchid
Puss Moth (cheers Simon for re-identification- not a Leopard Moth)