A gallery of blue tits.
A blue tit feeding in an oak tree, photographed last March by DKG
A grey squirrel, photographed by DKG, leaving the picnic area through the fence. Perhaps he has been burying acorns there, for a winter picnic of his own.Continue reading
Long-tailed tits, Aegithalos caudatus, form small, excitable flocks at this time of year of up to twenty individuals.Continue reading “Long tailed tit”
The FoSCP met up on Wednesday in the car park at 09:30 for the day’s tasks with Countryside Officer Alison. A dry start made a change and thankfully this was how it remained for the morning, although a shower or two had been forecast.Continue reading “Another Wednesday Workparty”
A nursery web spider (Pisaura mirabilis) photographed in the park by DKG on a dewy Sunday morning.Continue reading
Another species named in the Injurious Weeds Act of 1959: the tall and beautiful spear thistle (Cirsium vulgare). Here is a gallery of pictures of spear thistles taken in the park by DKG.Click here for a gallery of pctures
A beautiful demoiselle (Calopterix virgo), photographed in the park this summer by DKG.Continue reading
Schools break up for the summer holidays and so does the weather. Weeks of previous fine dry weather have greeted us for the past Wednesdays and Tuesdays and now unsettled weather and rain are forecast, exactly like it was going to be for Tuesday’s work party.Continue reading “A wet work party”
And the underwings of a common blue that DKG found this morning in Lambrok Meadow.
A willow warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) seen and photographed by DKG yesterday morning.Continue reading