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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 Oct 16
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Ecol' Experiences Oct 16
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Ecol' Experiences Oct 7
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Ecol' Experiences Oct 6
Stone Curlew 'Gathering in the Brecks'. Hare & Rabbit-a very important species and not only for the St. Curlew!
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Ecol' Experiences Oct 4
Close encounters with a Red-necked Phalarope at Wells Wood pond plus 2 Red Kites from Brancaster Staithe
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 27
Pike anglers do whatever they like on the Broads & they are not alone! Broadland habitat decreasing fast as incursions for public access increases-Municipal park? Care about Broadland? Start asking questions to decision makers; Broads Authority & Norfolk CC
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 27
Two Pectoral Sandpipers at 8 Ruff, Hobby over and Ivy Bees and Box Bug on Station Ivy
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 22
Approx' 280 Pink-feet over 15.50 SSE.
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 19
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 19
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 18
First Pink feet of the Autumn over Martham. Approximately 80 SE.
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 17
Replying to @peaceofcakes
The main difference along with the smaller size is the males have longer antenna and do not collect pollen.
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 13
Further populations of Colletes hederae found at Ranworth TG 35433 14717 and much closer to home, Cess Road, Martham
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 13
Colletes hederae present in relativity good numbers at All Saint’s Tower Panxworth
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 13
A small number of both male and female Colletes hederae present on Ivy at Buckenham station
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 13
At least 6 female Colletes hederae AKA Ivy Bee on Ivy along road at Filby Bridge. Reported 12/9 by Ken Saul
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 12
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 10
Ecological Experiences talk on 'The Birds of Broadland, Bempton & Scotland' for RSPB tonight at 7.30 Hellesdon Community Centre, Middletons Lane, Norwich.NR6 5SR
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 6
Approach road to Burgh Castle Marina 'buzzing' with Ivy Bees. Far more than last year, also feeding on Bramble flowers, as well as 'ripe' Ivy flowers.
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Ecol' Experiences Sep 1
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