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Ecological Experiences is the flora & fauna we encounter every day and the environment in which we observe wildlife
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Ecol' Experiences Aug 14
Nice to see a Swift over Martham, since the last one 1st Aug. 1st Small Tort I have seen in a long time on Buddleia along with Red Ad, Sm. & L. White & Holly Blue. Mig Hawker also.
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Ecol' Experiences Aug 11
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Ecol' Experiences Aug 1
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 29
'Spoon-feeding' at New Spoonbill Gallery on website's Articles Menu and Photo Diary
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 29
Little Egrets territorial dispute at More on Website's Photo Diary 5&6
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 29
At with Avocets Lesser Yellowlegs & Med' Gulls See Photo Diary 5&6 on website
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 28
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 28
So easily overlooked the tiny Hairy Yellow-face Bee Hylaeus hylalinatus, Bombus lapidarius & Eristalis intricarius bee-mimic.
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 26
Replying to @henrypagephoto
I’m very well aware of Chalk Hill Blue ecology tweet was merely to inform people they were on the wing
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 26
Chalkhill Blues, predominantly males at Warham Camp
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 26
Red Deer road casualty A149 on Stalham bypass just north of Potter Heigham
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 19
Lesser Yellowlegs still present at Titchwell + Spoonbill flew over
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 19
Road casualty Badger A149 Dilham
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 16
First Migrant Hawker of 2018 over Martham garden. New for garden were; Ringlet, Gatekeeper and Brown Hawker, plus Holly Blue, Comma, Large and Small White. 2 Hobby and an adult Med Gull, from back door
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 8
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 8
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 8
Holt CP & Lowes (Succession a real problem!) M & F Keeled Skimmer, Four-banded Longhorn Imm' Dark Bush Cricket. More on website Photo Diary @UKDragonflies
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 8
Holt CP Hovers & bumble: Volucella pellucens, Episyrphus balteatus, male Bombus lucorum
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Ecol' Experiences Jul 1
Lesser Emperor from boardwalk on Filby Broad.
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 27
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