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Wildlife Wednesday: February and Spring’s False Start

In spite of several dreadfully wet days, February gradually brought real signs that spring was emerging. Honeybees could be seen happily buzzing around brightly coloured spring bulbs. Drone flies, Eristalis tenax, were out in numbers too. They are one of … Continue reading

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On the Brimstone Butterfly Flight Path

It has been so warm today that it seems to have triggered all of the hiberating Brimstone butterflies to emerge at once. We’ve seen a few over the last couple of weeks, but today we’ve been watching a fairly continuous … Continue reading

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