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Tag: juvenile long-tailed tit

Wildwatch: 3 July 2013 – Mystery bird? And the need for pain in botany!

Weather: Cloudy at first, then sunny intervals. 16C to 21C. Light breeze Observers: Amanda, Claire, Kaj, Kaye, Ian, Nettie, Paul, Rasa, Rosemary, Tracy A big turnout of ten people this week, with three newcomers. It was a bit of a disjointed walk, partially because Phil wanted some volunteers to help him with a thesis on […]

Posted 7 July 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: juvenile long-tailed tit, tree bumble bee, willow warbler

Wildwatch: 30 May 2012 – Positives and negatives

Weather: Warm & sunny Observers: Hazel, Ian, Janetta, Kaj, Linda, Lindsay We started off with a half-hour kingfisher watch, with Linda and Kaj going to the usual Kingfisher Watch Point and Ian, Hazel and Lindsay going to the sluice, which is not often watched. Janetta did her usual excellent job of recording some of the plant […]

Posted 31 May 2012 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Chiffchaff, juvenile long-tailed tit, juvenile rabbit, willow warbler