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  • quanglewangle
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    Thrush eyeing up Mrs quanglewangle's sauvignon blanc
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  • quanglewangle
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    Wild, or at least feral, agapanthus on Tresco, Scilly
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  • Jay22
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    Baby hare in the garden.

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  • burnie
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    Our local loch is best known for a pair of Ospreys nesting on an island, but to maintain the loch side environment they use Hairy Coos, gardening, but not as we might know it.
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  • Plot70
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    Over the last few days I have had a frog jump out of the tool shed doorway and land on the edge of the rubbish bin.
    A speckled wood got stuck in the greenhouse and a tortoise shell on a self seeded pansy.
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  • DannyK
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    A pair of Greater Spotted Woodpeckers and for once had 300mm to hand!
    Male was there for ages but hen was off pdq.
    They visit quite frequently but don't usually wait for photos!

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  • mothhawk
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    Originally posted by Snoop Puss View Post

    Mothhawk, did you attach a picture? If so, I can't view it.
    I did, but I can't see it now either. it's gone!

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Thanks, Bren In Pots. It is odd. I can see Mr Bones' photo but not mothhawk's at post 234.

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Snoop I can see the picture, odd how that sometimes happens.

    Here's a snip of Mr,Bones pic.

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Originally posted by mothhawk View Post
    Yesterday I saw more small tortoiseshells while out walking than I saw for the whole of last year. There were dozens flitting about, must all have emerged together. Last year I never saw more than one at a time, and probably only totalled three or four the whole year.



    And can anyone identify this butterfly? It was as dark underneath as it was on top. I thought maybe a blue of some sort but they all seem to have pale undersides. It was small like a blue though.

    Mothhawk, did you attach a picture? If so, I can't view it.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Found this eyed hawk moth trapped in the PT yesterday so put it outside somewhere safe.
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  • burnie
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    Pretty sure it's a Skylark
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  • mothhawk
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    Thanks Burnie. I've decided it is a patchwork leafcutter bee

    https://www.bumblebeeconservation.or...leafcutterbee/

    Hmm.. going to have rose leaves with scalloped edges later on then...

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  • burnie
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    Originally posted by burnie View Post
    Shrill Carder Bee??

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