West Midland RAP

Below download West Midland Regional  Action Plan

West Midlands RAP 2016-2025(10260) (1)

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Recent iRecords

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Grayling on The Malverns

06/06/2017 Recording on North Hill Malvern.  The temperature was in the high 20’s and the Grayling were out in numbers.  I counted 32 the highest count for me.  A difficult species to count as it has the best camouflage, so when its not active almost impossible to see.

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Grayling Rock

 

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Chat Valley

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iRecord Results

We have now been using iRecord for casual butterfly records for 5 months – Jan – May 2017. We have 2648 records and 25 Species – so far. Below the table of results.  The figures refer to records not total counts of butterflies.

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Orange-tip is by far the most recorded followed by Speckled Wood and Holly Blue.

So keep recording…..

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Bury Ditches

A visit to Bury Ditches to monitor Wood Whites – what a lovely day 25 decrees and 100’s of butterflies. 25/05/2007

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Haugh Wood – Herefordshire

A visit to Haugh Wood to monitor Wood Whites and look for Pearl-bordered Fritillary.  The wood looked great and also the Plantlife Reserve in the north of the wood.

 

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The Wood North of the Road

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The South of Haugh Wood

Plantlife Meadow

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Penny Hill Bank

A visit to monitor the Dingy Skippers and Green Hairstreak

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