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Thursday, 19 May 2011

Local news

Well the Ings are now flower rich meadows full of Reed Bunting and Meadow Pipit song with Hirundines and Swifts feeding over them, there are also lots of well grown young birds around the area indicating a good start to the breeding season but the only thing out of the ordinary was a Cormorant sat in the trees by the river on the 18th, a bit cooler weather recently has meant not much Insect activity but a warmer day today found the first Banded Demoiselle of the year.

Red Clover




Herb Bennet

Red Campion


Common Vetch


the pond on Rawcliffe Meadows looking greener now


Singing his heart out

Small White

Speckled Wood

Silver Ground Carpet

Banded Demoiselle, tenerel female probably

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