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Wildwatch: 31 July 2013 – Bundles of butterflies.. and a poo mystery!

Weather: Warm (17C to 21C), overcast, but with sunny intervals. Occasional light SW breeze. Observers: Amanda, Declan, Ian, Janetta, Kaj, Kaye, Linda, Preeyus With eight of us on the Wildwatch today, we decided to split into two groups. Ian and Linda took Declan and Preeyus round, aiming to record birds and butterflies, whilst Kaye and […]

Posted 2 August 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: blackbird, blackcap, chickory, comma butterfly, fox, Gatekeeper, green-veined white, juvenile, large Rose saw-fly, parent bug, purplke loosestrife, Ringlet butterfly, Tansy, white-tailed bumble bee

Wildwatch: 15th August 2012 – Three sharp-eyed mice

Weather: sunny intervals, warm, humid. Observers: Linda, Tom, Kaye, Rangers and Park Volunteers The regular Wednesday walk was suspended to enable us to attend a small mammal identification workshop run by Ann Hanson of the Yorkshire Mammal Group. Birds: there were a few, but frankly we weren’t watching carefully enough. Wood Pigeons attracted a certain […]

Posted 17 August 2012 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: green-veined white, tawny owl, woodmouse