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This Sunday we returned to Penny Hill land fill site to complete the scrub removal and to chip the brash. A lovely day with sightings of Small Tortoiseshell and Comma.
The bad news was that Ash Die-back was spotted.
The combined efforts of BC Branch and local people spent Sunday cutting scrub. This to improve habitat for Dingy Skipper. Penny Hill is one of our best sites for this species in Worcestershire.
Photographs – Mike W.
Despite the cold and snow a gang of 9 volunteers went to Honeybourne today to cut vegetation on the old railway line. All this for the rare Grizzled Skipper.
Attention Transect Walkers – I have downloaded the 2016 data from the UKMBS. So far we have data on 42 Transect and 41,000 butterflies recorded. Last year we had 70 Transect and 80,000 butterflies recorded. I would like to do an analysis for the “Comma Magazine”, so will anyone with data still to enter please do so. If you have any problems with the website do contact me.
John Tilt – firstname.lastname@example.org or 01386 792 458