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Ecological Experiences provides a wide range of ecologically-based activities and articles to enhance understanding and enjoyment of the Natural World.
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Ecol' Experiences 21h
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BC BUG! Tap on the window & in flew a very audible Cockchafer.
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Ecol' Experiences 21h
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Foulden Butterflies 25-5. 11 sp.-2 skippers Gn. H-streak C. Blue Sm. Heath + Abia sericea
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Ecol' Experiences May 23
Karma: Trophy-Hunter dies after elephant falls on him. via
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Ecol' Experiences May 22
Hickling weavers way-swallowtail wall hornet hairy dragon 4-spot & broad-bodied chasers etc etc
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Ecol' Experiences May 22
Savi's reeling weaver's way hickling.
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Ecol' Experiences May 20
Correction to ID: 'Up the workers' Red-tailed is B.ruderarius-Red-shanked Carder. Thanks to for input. New sp. for garden!
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Ecol' Experiences May 20
Replying to @wurflenii
With your ID points, I concur with the species being B.ruderarius, many thanks. Corbicula orange hairs not as obvious as thought!
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Ecol' Experiences May 20
Replying to @wurflenii
Thanks for reply. Please email me via website with why you think it is B. ruderarius. Would be very interested to hear your thoughts.
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Ecol' Experiences May 20
Potter heigham marshes-caspian tern 5 spoonbill 2 crane etc
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Ecol' Experiences May 19
Damp and dull but not gloomy-Little & Arctic Terns at the staithe 17-5
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Ecol' Experiences May 19
8 Dotterel fly-past at Choosley wet Wheatear & Sedge Warb' 17-5 with
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Ecol' Experiences May 19
Up the workers' Cotoneaster flowers in vogue with bumbles-Carder Early Red-tailed&Garden
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Ecol' Experiences May 17
Nth. Norfolk with despite rain and gloom-Little Sandwich Common Terns Wheatear Spoonbills Red Kite Barn Owl & 8 Dotterel
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Ecol' Experiences May 15
Replying to @savebutterflies
Thank you for your kind comments, very much appreciated. More on the website
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Ecol' Experiences May 15
Replying to @Eucera
Yes, I am aware it's A. haemorrhoa but this is social media not a scientific paper. Inclusion rather than exclusion!
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Ecol' Experiences May 14
Red-tailed Mason & Grey-patched Mining Bees Found at Foulden 11-4
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Ecol' Experiences May 14
Orange-tailed Mining Bee hitches a lift- A47 Traffic jam 11-4
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Ecol' Experiences May 14
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