Monthly Archives: April 2018

Weather deteriorates….

After record braking temperatures and continuous sunshine back to cool and damp for this week. Without the sun the early spring butterflies are scarce – just a few Green-veined Whites and Orange-tips.  There was a dead young fox by the new pond … Continue reading

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First Butterfly Transect…..

The sun came out today and was able to walk the first Transect at Grafton. Brimstone – 30 – Comma – 11  – Peacock – 4 and a Small Tortoiseshell on the way home. Also saw the first Blackcap of the … Continue reading

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Grafton in April…..

Whats happening at Grafton Wood in the first week in April Rain – Over 50mm in the last week. Flowers are coming out Pussy Willow, Colts Foot and Early Dog Violet The last job clearing the glade at the top … Continue reading

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