Monthly Archives: May 2017
A visit to Bury Ditches to monitor Wood Whites – what a lovely day 25 decrees and 100’s of butterflies. 25/05/2007 Advertisements
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. Plantlife Meadow
A visit to monitor the Dingy Skippers and Green Hairstreak
After our winter work on the disused railway line several of us went to monitor Grizzled and Dingy Skippers. Two areas surveyed – SUSTRAN line and the Triangle. Two Visits 9th and 23rd May 2017
08/05/2017 An annual visit to Bredon Hill to look for Dingy Skipper and Green Hairstreak. Unfortunately the best places are not on public rights of way nor on the National Nature Reserve. This year I found 41 Dingy Skippers but … Continue reading
A visit to Wyre Forest to monitor the numbers of Pearl-bordered Fritillary. Map showing sightings. The three main areas The Pipe Line, The Railway line and Longdon Orchard.
Visit to Ewyas Harold to monitor numbers of Pearl-bordered Fritillary. The visit was on 05/05/2017. The weather was sunny but rather cool