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Derwenthorpe Wildwatch: October 2017

We saw a slight drop in temperature as autumn took hold in October and though there were a few less invertebrates to be seen, we had some great afternoons for bird spotting and there was still plenty of flora to be seen around Derwenthorpe. Birds We saw a lot of the regular bird species each […]

Posted 4 December 2017 | Categories: Derwenthorpe Wildwatch | Tags: 22-spot ladybird, Apion frumentarium, Blue Tit, chickweed, common carder bee, feverfew, flat back millipede, forget-me-nots, great tit, House Sparrow, Jelly Ear, meadow plant bug, pleated inkcap mushroom, rough woodlice, scarlet pimpernel, shiny woodlice, Swallow, swan, Turkey Tail, wasps

Wildwatch: November 2013 Sightings

  Weather In contrast to last month, the Wildwatch group was blessed with dry Wednesdays! November’s first Wildwatch meeting had overcast skies, but for the other three Wednesdays we enjoyed sunshine or, at least sunny intervals. Temperatures ranged from 3C to 11C. Observers There were fewer of us during November, compared with last month – between five […]

Posted 5 December 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: blackbird, Candlesnuff, fox, Froghopper, fungi, gorse, Green Dock Beetle, Grey Heron, Grey Wagtail, Hogweed, House Sparrow, Jelly Ear, kingfisher, Mistle Thrush, Oak Marble Gall, Pheasant, Purple Jelly Drops, Reed Mace, Shieldbugs, Siskin, Tree Damsel Bug, Turkey Tail, Woodcock