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  • burnie
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    Have a look here......
    FoE-UK-Bee-Identification-Guide.pdf (seenature.org.uk)

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  • mothhawk
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    And can anyone put a name to this little bee?

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  • mothhawk
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    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.

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  • burnie
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    A trip to the local sea bird colony on the cliffs. Click image for larger version

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  • DannyK
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    Some starlings auditioning for Hitchcock yesterday.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/103667.../shares/Qg538G
    The link takes you to a video clip.
    Last edited by DannyK; 21-06-2021, 04:58 PM. Reason: spelling

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  • annie8
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    Saw this today on the raspberries. Apparently it is a speckled wood.

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  • Containergardener
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    Had a green lizard like this run across the decking yesterday

    Not my picture (was too fast)

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  • burnie
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    Common blue Damsel fly
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  • bikermike
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    rescued this one from the house. They get all confused after bashing against the window and can be moved quite easily. It got back in to play leapfrog with it's friends by the pond.

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  • burnie
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    Had a couple of hours on my local stream fly fishing, didn't catch any flies but I did catch a nice wild BrownTrout, it was just about big enough for tea, but I took it's picture then returned unharmed.
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  • Containergardener
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    oh my

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  • Nicos
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    No photo but I was sat watching a great tit in the garden today flying down into the grass and tugging at something. It did it 4 times and then didn’t come back , so I went over to see where it was.
    Turns out it was pulling off fur from a dead mouse!

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  • Nicos
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    Still stunning...it just draws you in to want to touch it doesn’t it?

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  • Mr Bones
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    Originally posted by Nicos View Post
    That is stunning Bones.
    I was just reading they can live for over 1,000 years so that could have been a young tree during the Robin Hood era!
    How cool is that?
    Same tree with its winter face, I think it looks more friendly in summer..

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  • Nicos
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    That is stunning Bones.
    I was just reading they can live for over 1,000 years so that could have been a young tree during the Robin Hood era!
    How cool is that?

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