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Ecological Experiences provides science-based information and images of wildlife to enhance understanding and enjoyment of the Natural World.
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 24
If these 2 wildflowers were cultivated everyone would be buying them from garden centres. Instead, they are hunted down with vengeance, especially the Dandelion! Time to reconsider what we allow to grow in our gardens!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 24
North Norfolk 19th April with : A mixture of the living and the dead! See website Wildlife Photo Diary for more.
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 22
First House Martins (2) of 2018, conveniently from garden at Martham!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 19
Great White Egret still viewable to the East of car park Iron Road, Salthouse. Black-necked Grebe still on Watling water
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 19
Great White Egret at Salthouse Iron Road as found by
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 19
Wheatear at Blakeney fresh marshes, male Hen Harrier south over A149 Burnham Norton, 4 adult Med Gulls at Brancaster Staithe
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 19
Road casualties in Norfolk : Badger A148 near Bodham and Stoat A149 at Stiffkey
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 18
Damselflies are beginning to emerge! See website for Introduction to Norfolk Damselflies on the Articles Menu if you need help with ID. @UKDragonflies
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 18
Grey Seals 'like' swimming, fishing and laying on the beach. Grey Seals 'do not like' Humans with dogs or cameras getting too close, outside the breeding season!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 18
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 16
Sedge & Willow Warblers, 2 Brown Hares, 2 CWDeer at Potter Heigham marshes. Willow Warblers, Swallow, Red Kite, C. Buzzard, 2 Cranes circling overhead & in excess of 300 Grey Seals hauled up on beach at Horsey Gap.
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 15
Back-door Bird-watching @ Common maybe; resplendent, therapeutic, enjoyable definitely!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 14
Approx' 40 Redwings circled low over Martham, before continuing eastwards. Anthophora plumipes still visiting garden.
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 14
Mediterranean Gull heard over Martham, followed by 3 gull species flying south. *Apologies for out of place text on photos on previous tweet 'tgetthestaff!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 14
Heathers & Aubretia attracting a selection of bees 5th April @ More on Website's April Wildlife Photo Diary
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 14
@ highlights 5th April Black Redstart seen from garden and the 'Bee Hotel' in position with anticipation!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 10
A photo and words tribute for my brother Barry who I was informed by my daughter Emma had died this morning in Thailand after a traffic accident two days ago. RIP Brother.
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 10
Pair of Cranes flying over the road between Acle and Billockby, on my way home to Martham after a 'Frog Rescue' weekend!
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Ecol' Experiences Apr 5
Black Redstart on roofs around Grove Road, Martham.
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