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Wildwatch: May 2014 Sightings

Highlights Evidence of Water Voles breeding.. Sightings of Garden Warbler and Whitethroat.. Nine species of butterflies seen in the month.. First damselflies of the year seen. Weather Dry for the first three Wildwatch Wednesdays, with some sunshine, and temperatures rising to 23C on the 14th. The final Wednesday was very wet, which depressed sightings of birds and […]

Posted 7 June 2014 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Brimstone butterfly, cardinal beetle, common newt, Large Red Damselfly, long-tailed tit, parent bug, Picture-winged Fly, Pocket Plum, red admiral, Ribwort Plantain, Salad Burnet, water vole, Whitethroat

Wildwatch: 12 June 2013 – Bugs, botany – and a bird “rarity”!

Weather: Overcast, light occasional breeze, 16C – 19C Observers: Cathy, Cliff, Chris, Doug, Guy, Ian, Janetta, Kaye, Max, Tracy A good turn-out of ten people today, so we split into two groups. Doug and Guy turned up later. Guy joined Kaye’s group, whilst Doug went out exploring on his own. Kaye was accompanied by Janetta, […]

Posted 13 June 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: cardinal beetle, damselflies, micro moths, water vole