Monthly Archives: October 2013

Work Party in the sun???

The first work party for some time in warm sunny weather.  Martyn sent a photograph of a ladybird about to eat a Brown Hairstreak egg, or was it?

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The Rain

Every time we start work at Grafton in Rains – umbrellas for the mower and gazebo for the volunteers BUT then the gazebo collapsed.

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Just when you think its all over

I was in the wood today photographing fungi.  The sun came out and right in the top of a tree a Brown Hairstreak.  I fired a shot with a 150mm macro lens and this could be the worst BHs pic … Continue reading

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Silver Washed and Valazena

A great pic from last summer.

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Fungi Time

Its Fungus time at Grafton – it looks like being a good year.  We hope to get an expert to do some identification for us. The Bat group came in this week an installed 100 bat boxes with the hope that … Continue reading

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French Brown Hairstreak

Colin one of our regular Wednesday volunteers came back from Brittany this week with this picture.

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