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Viking Optical Ltd 3h
2 creatures who can fly and are hard (for me) to photograph - Green Longhorn having a ‘square go’ & the incomparable screaming about! Loving any & all 💚🦋🐦🌍
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Clare Boyes 20h
Thrilled to record Green Hairstreak today - our 30th butterfly species in the garden. Too quick for a photo!
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Paula Murray 8m
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Kevan Brett 8h
Young Blackcaps still in the garden this am at least 2 , now a few newly fledged Goldfinch and Blackbirds and the raucous pack of young Starlings, got to love them oh and the Moorhen and 4 drake Mallard just put in an appearance
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Samantha Williams 21h
Great day in the garden taking part in the I just need to upload all of my records to the LERC app
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Christie Burton Photography May 29
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Claire Richardson May 30
Today’s garden excitement was the arrival of a bee with fabulous russet pollen pouches
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Rich Flight 2h
Thought the frogs were long gone from our garden pond for the summer (we've still got plenty of tadpoles). This one even seemed to be sunbathing (until I got too close with the camera!)
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Paula Murray May 26
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Hannah Baker 21h
Spent ages chasing this weevil (Sitona lineatus) around a Wood avens stem! Every time I had it in focus it ran off somewhere else!
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Rosie Bleet May 30
White Ermine and Light Emerald were the trap highlights last night. Fluffy ones and green ones are always winners
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Hannah Baker 8h
If you are out today please pick up any plastic waste you might see in your garden. I saw this blackbird last night with plastic destined for use as nesting material!
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Alex White May 28
It's another dry day and with no rain in sight please put water out for wildlife
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Steve Jones May 29
Elephant Hawkmoth in the garden trap near Trefin last night.
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Andrew Skinner May 30
First Rutpela maculata longhorn beetle in the garden yesterday afternoon. Here feeding on flowers of dog rose
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Bex May 23
I'm trawling through some old photos & found this one which I think is one of my favourites of the last few years. She was such a beautiful creature & so great to watch. Queen European hornet drinking from the garden pond.
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Andrew Skinner May 28
This is the third Peacock butterfly larval web I've found in garden this year. I've been scything access paths into this area to diversify the sward and let smaller plants get a look in whilst maintaining plenty of nettles for those that need them
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Elliot Sampford May 30
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Bex May 27
This attractive day-flying moth, the Burnet Companion led me on a merry dance this evening & this is the only photo I managed to get. Excitingly, this species is new for the garden. Caterpillar food-plants include various clovers & trefoils
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