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Kay Fairest Jul 16
Some of my photos from today 💚 I hope Monday has been kind to you 🤗
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Sussex Wildlife Trust 16h
and Martins are now reappearing over our gravel pits at Rye Harbour nature reserve as they start their southward migration.
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BBO Wildlife Trust Jul 16
Look overhead this summer for beautiful common terns, or 'sea swallows' - they perform their amazing aerial acrobatics over rivers and bodies of water with shingle bars or gravelly beaches. Photo by Donald Sutherland
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Nigel Doar Jul 15
Today, our garden had s butterfly invasion. Dozens of gatekeepers, large whites, commas and peacocks. Glorious!
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Lisa Kennedy Jul 15
After being woken up at 6am by a family of five (yes five!!) foxes 🦊 playing in our garden this morning, I am now lying in bed listening to three owls hooting to each other and a very noisy hedgehog crashing through the bushes.
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Som Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Who have you spotted buzzing around your garden?
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Ronald Turner Jul 14
In my garden Small Tortoiseshell and Gatekeepers
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Evesham Garden Plants Jul 16
Bees on the gaillardia
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Jul 14
Do you know your darters from your demoiselles? Our dragonfly and damselfly ID guide can help!
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Ricky Whelan Jul 16
Being a is great, the birds are with you everywhere you go. Spent night in Hospital (Im fine, no biggy) and woke to the resident at 4am. Also watched the Pied Wagtails arriving before roosting (next tweet) nearby lastnight.
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Ian Barrett Jul 18
Not often you see an urban fox at lunchtime - this is right behind our headquarters on Brandon Hill
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Wildlife Watch Jul 14
If you are heading to the seaside to enjoy the summer we have a great guide for rock pooling - who knows what creatures you might find 🦀☀️🏝️❤️ !
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Bria Veck Jul 14
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Ronald Turner Jul 17
The first butterfly on my Buddleia Large White
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Nicky W Jul 14
I have had the best 20 minutes - outside looking for moths and something a bit bigger flew by. Grabbed bat detector and yep three pipistrelle bats put on a wonderful display! All for me! Amazing. 🦇❤️
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Andy Manning Jul 20
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Dr Rachel Crossland Jul 12
The next few weeks will involve such radical activities as reading purely for pleasure, spending whole days outside and (hopefully) seeing lots and lots of wildlife - fingers crossed for ospreys and dippers in particular.
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Kay Fairest Jul 13
The cygnets are growing fast we also spotted ducklings (mallard & coots) cinnabar moth caterpillars, bees, butterflies, dragonflies, swifts and swallows and lots of fish on our walk around Frecheville Pond 🐝🐛🦋🐦🐥
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Som Wildlife Trust Jul 19
Want to know what to look out for this July? Take a look at Chris Chappell's blog to discover what wonderful wildlife you can see across Somerset this month!
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Anthony Brandon (ScarSide76) Jul 12
Here's some pics I took earlier!
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