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Derwenthorpe Wildwatch: July 2017

Wednesday afternoons throughout July were generally overcast yet it was still very warm with temperatures around 20 degrees most weeks, though the 26th was slightly cooler at 17 degrees. Still, we had a very successful month and came across lots of exciting species. Birds Around the pond this month, we were not disappointed by our […]

Posted 29 August 2017 | Categories: Derwenthorpe Wildwatch | Tags: Birds foot trefoil, Black-headed Gull, Blue Tit, Chiffchaff, Comma, common darter, dog rose, emperor dragonfly, Grasshopper, great tit, Hedge Woundwort, House Sparrow, Knapweed, lords and ladies, Marmalade Hoverfly, nipplewort, Parent Shield Bug, pied wagtail, Speckled Wood, tree sparrow, Whitethroat

Wildwatch: 23 January 2013 – Winter Thrushes, singing Robins and food shortages

Weather: Gloomy, overcast, no wind, cool (2C to 3C) and occasional short, light snow flurries Observers: Carrie, Ian, Kaye, Mark, Steve, Tim Ian had his normal pre-Wildwatch yomp around Osbaldwick Beck and had some interesting sightings. Then, Ian & Steve had another trip round the beck, again, with some good sightings. They picked up Kaye, […]

Posted 23 January 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Black-headed Gull, Coal Tit, fieldfare, food shortages, Magpie nesting material, Mallard, redwing, Singing Robin, Song Thrush