St Nicks Wildwatch blog post, May 2020

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Wildwatch May 2020

The wildlife of St Nicks buzzed and bloomed in May as always, regardless of human troubles. The regular group of Wildwatch volunteers could not, of course, meet up as usual for their weekly walk around the reserve. But a few of us could enjoy St Nicks during our legally-sanctioned local walks. We recorded what wildlife […]

Posted 16 June 2020 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: 2020, alderfly, Batman hoverfly, be fly, bee, beetlre, Birds foot trefoil, blackcap, Blue Tit, Brassica Shieldbug, Broad-bodied Chaser dragonfly, bug, Bumblebee, chalcid, Chiffchaff, Cinnamon Bug, Cocksfot moth, common frog, cow parsley, Cranesbill, damselfly, dragonfly, gall, Garden Warbler, great tit, green longhorn moth, Grey Squirrel, Hawthorn, Hoverfly, Ladybird, Large Red Damselfly, long-tailed tit, moth fly, newt, oak apple, Rabbit, Red Campion, robin, Shieldbug, Small Tortoiseshell butterfly, spring, Torymus, Wasp Beetle, Whitethroat, Wildwatch, willow warbler

Wildwatch: 6th June 2012 – Gone Fishin’?

Weather: Warm, bright with one brief shower. Observers: Ian, Linda, Peter, Kaye Birds: A long Kingfisher watch produced a number of Wood Pigeons, a couple of Magpies, a female Blackbird collecting muddy nest materials, two Mallards, one small fish and a floating triangular item that probably wasn’t the shark of Tang Hall Beck. We are […]

Posted 7 June 2012 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Blue Tit, Cranesbill, Grey Wagtail, Speedwell