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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Jul 1
Check out this incredible common blue which is displaying both male and female markings! Just amazing and we think pretty rare! Many thanks to Ken Orpe of for sharing!
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Amy Bickford Jun 30
Great end to - we painted butterflies for the nature journals, had a lovely chat with and finished the day with a sea swim and baby having her first paddle. Thanks .. we’ve had an amazing month, and we’ll keep being wild 🌱
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Amanda Edmiston, Botanica Fabula Jun 30
Day 30 spent sitting in the sun playing with pebbles by the burn and found this reflective beauty...part prehistoric bowl, part mirror or accidental art...watching to ensure now happens🌊
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Jim Ashton Jun 30
For my final I spent the morning in Bourne Woods, the place my love for the natural world began. As a child I could only dream of seeing purple emperors here; now that dream has come true and both emperors and silver-washed fritillaries can be found . . .
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Shetland Wildlife Jun 30
Just a few of the many highlights from our 23 - 30 June Ultimate trip. Two encounters with Orcas plus Puffins, Storm Petrels, diving Gannets, Red-necked Phalaropes, Bearded Seal, Otters, Arctic alpines, amazing scenery and equally amazing weather!
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SABC Jun 29
We have reached the last day of for badgers. It’s a Saturday too, so why not head out and check up on your local sett today. Normal service will now resume again, phew! GO WILD FOR BADGERS.
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Jun 30
Humans: Genius comedian (or B.B. for short) is mad for bees! 🐝🐝 Get outside in the glorious sunshine for the LAST DAY of the . It's also last day of so why not combine the two! How many bees can you record in a single day?!!
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Jeff Chard Jun 30
Hoping to see Beavers on the River Otter late evening on Thursday and this badger appeared to take a cooling drink at the river bank
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Jul 27
Lawn is yawn!! We’d rather have a meadow !
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Frogend_dweller Jun 29
I've been noticing more and more nettles covered in tent webs full of baby spiders on my daily walk. Then there are the scary funnel webs appearing ... @Team4Nature300
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L-jay Nature Jun 30
Some photos taken with my phones macro lens..Drinker moth larvae, leaf hopper, pollen & rosemary beetle
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Hester Jun 30
Day 30: Spotted a garden bumblebee in our messy wildflower garden. Takes us to 7 bumblebee species. (St John's wort and cornflower are the favourites.) No one remembers planting musk mallow. Everyone happy to see musk mallow.
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Amar Jun 30
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Toby Carter Jun 30
Better night than I expected with stronger winds but 127 moths of 44 species was decent with the main highlight being 2 Lilac Beauties NFY along with a Dusky Brocade leaving me at 229 species for the year and a total of 4648 moths caught this year
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Helen McCallin Jun 30
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Matthew Oates Jul 19
Three million cheers! My first Purple Emperor of the day, which means I've seen them for 30 days this year - as in , the deep end of
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Rachel Scopes Jun 30
Day 30 of The mulberry tree in the is loaded with berries - I wonder if the birds will strip it before they're ripe? Usually do πŸ™„πŸ˜‚ First Ringlet and Large Skipper for the year in the garden πŸ¦‹ And another hot day with clear blue skies 🌞
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Gary Webb Jun 30
I’m delighted to end my with one of the first few orchids to arrive naturally in the Old Town Meadow at Compton Verney, gaining a foothold following a dozen years of meadow management. What do we reckon, Pyramidal Orchid?
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Ken D Jul 1
ends, but begins! I started by visiting Hunter's Bog, and found lots of damselflies, I think common blues.
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Frogend_dweller Jul 20
update - Today I watched the simple bee hotel (a breeze block and hollow plant stems) made in June being systematically filled up by busy Leaf-cutter . Next generation, hurray!
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