Nature Notes – July 2017

On these sunny days it is tempting to spend time (some might say too much time) watching the sequence of dragonflies as they emerge, feed and mate around the pond. Following the so-called ‘chasers’ last month (which are still around), this month has seen several of the spectacular Emperor Dragonflies. This is our largest Dragonfly, […]

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Nature Notes – May 2017

A few years ago I talked about the few reptiles which still survive in our area – namely the Grass-snake and the Slow-worm, which are both quite scarce. It was good to see, in mid April, a fine adult Slow-worm which Jill found sunbathing on the Churchyard path (the Slow-worm, not Jill). This one was […]

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