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Ecol' Experiences
Ecological Experiences is the flora & fauna we encounter every day and the environment in which we observe wildlife
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 20
Oystercatcher family encountered on verge of busy road in Nth Norfolk with .
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 15
Yes, probably the greatest band to grace this planet, produced a song before it was in vogue-don't hunt the whale, more important than ever now. How much longer does this 'tradition ' go on?!
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 15
First Painted Lady from the garden. Much more insect activity today, but nothing like there should be.
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 7
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Ecol' Experiences Jun 1
Replying to @FrankRGardner
@Karen75084451 To clarify, the micro moth from the Brecks is a Pyrausta aurata aka Small Purple & gold aka Mint moth because of the plants fed on by the larvae. This is the trouble with using 'Common names’
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Ecol' Experiences May 31
Common, Little, Arctic and Sandwich Terns, 2 Spoonbill over and 20+ Dark-bellied Brent Geese at Brancaster Staithe
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Ecol' Experiences May 30
at few on the wing along Weaver's Way-succession increasing habitat loss! Hairy Dragonfly & Rhingia campestris. Swallowtail life cycle on website-Articles Menu
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Ecol' Experiences May 30
24-5 Drake Mackerel Mayfly Mute Swan Banded Demoiselle Small Purple & Gold Grizzled Skipper.
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Ecol' Experiences May 30
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Ecol' Experiences May 28
3 Great White Egrets, Norfolk Hawker, Hairy Dragonfly, Four-spotted Chaser, Black-tailed Skimmer and 3 Swallowtails at Hickling today.
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Ecol' Experiences May 27
Hoverfly (Criorhina floccosa) at 16th May-example of Batesian Mimicry theory where a 'palatable' species evolves colour morphology to look like a noxious species to deter predators. ):
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Ecol' Experiences May 26
Common Frogs at in their new pond after being rescued Amphibians are having a hard time globally, best we look after them wherever & whenever we can. More on website Photo Diary
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Ecol' Experiences May 26
Red-eyed Damselfly at a case of look into my eyes! @UKDragonflies
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Ecol' Experiences May 25
Hobby over Martham plus Cuckoo calling and an Oystercatcher
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Ecol' Experiences May 22
Filby Update: 9 species of Odonata, but only just found my first Azure! 3 more teneral Norfolk Hawkers, all flying out of the same area of reeds. Good numbers of damsels emerging, +Orange-tip & Comma & lots of other goodies for further photo scrutiny later!
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Ecol' Experiences May 22
First Norfolk Hawker and Speckled Wood at Filby. Red-eyed, Variable, Blue-tailed, Large Red and Common Blue Damselflies plus a few Four-spot Chasers and 2 Hairy Dragonflies, thus far.
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Ecol' Experiences May 21
Red Kite with Common Buzzard soaring over Martham.
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Ecol' Experiences May 19
7 Cranes over Haddiscoe Island, calling, as seen from Marina Park, Burgh Castle.
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Ecol' Experiences May 10
Thank you very much for your message. This is one of the things, which Ecological Experiences is there for
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Ecol' Experiences May 4
Dark-edged Bee-fly in Martham garden, so-called because of its bee-like appearance or its cleptoparasitic inclination towards bees, but maybe common name should have been Hummingbird-fly?!
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