At the round-about, I began to see some common butterflies fluttering on a patch of overgrown grasses. Firstly, a very tiny Pygmy Grass Blue (Zizula hylax pygmaea) was still "sleeping" completely oblivious to the breeze and my presence.
Butterfly fairy did not smile on me twice as I failed to find any lycaenids along the dirt tracks which lead me to the main gate.
So far there isn't any significant change to BB since my last visit in February this year except that exhumations of some graves have already begun. But once the construction of the proposed road that will cut through this "cultural treasure trove" begins, the biodiversity and the natural habitat at BB will be severely affected. I sincerely hope that the authority would put in its best effort to do something good to preserve our biodiversity.