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Derwenthorpe Wildwatch: August & September 2017

August was a fairly warm month with temperatures varying between 16 and 21 degrees Celsius. Generally the afternoons were rather overcast but on the 16th we had a particular warm and sunny afternoon. September was slightly cooler, the temperature stayed around 15 degrees each week and like August the afternoons were overcast for the most […]

Posted 31 October 2017 | Categories: Derwenthorpe Wildwatch | Tags: Bullfinch, collard dove, common darter, common lizards, common newt, compact rush, Cream Spot Ladybird, Digger wasp, feverfew, figwort sawfly, great tit, Green Shieldbug, House Martin, Kestrel, kingfisher, large white, longhorn beetle, Marmalade Hoverfly, Parent Shield Bug, pied wagtail, pond dipping, purple loosestrife, red admiral, scarlet pimpernel, Swallow, Swift, water mint, Woundwort Shieldbug, Yarrow

Wildwatch: July 2016 Sightings

Highlights A new St Nicks hoverfly and new St Nicks moths.. “Woody” is a new plant record.. and a hunter along the Bund Path! Weather Mainly dry with sunshine and sunny intervals, with the warmer weather (up to 25C) in the early part of the month, and down to 18C on the 27th Invertebrates July’s weather […]

Posted 9 August 2016 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: Blood-vein Moth, longhorn beetle, Woody Nightshade

Wildwatch: June 2014 Sightings

Highlights A Southern Hawker Dragonfly on the Butterfly Path, well away from water.. one of the most poisonous moths in Britain photographed.. another two sightings of an increasingly rare (for St Nicks) warbler.. loads more butterflies.. lots of juvenile birds.. and an increasingly rich flower meadow! Weather A very wet start to the month on the […]

Posted 6 July 2014 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: 22-spot ladybird, Cinnabar Moth, Creeping Thistle, Large Skipper, long-tailed tit, longhorn beetle, mirid bug, Southern Hawker, Tufted Vetch, Whitethroat