Wildlife Newsletter

The Newsletter is produced from contributions sent to Margaret Cheetham who puts them all together on a regular basis – see the bottom of the Newsletter for contact details

In this Edition: Brockhill bluebells, bird updates, a wildlife garden, a view from the window:

In this Edition: Garden Birds, Mediterranean Gull, Woodlark ….. and a Hoopoe?

In this Equinox Edition: Black Morel, Hazel Cottage Pheasants, Briantspuddle Lake, Work on Erica Trust Land:

In this Edition: grey squirrel, breeding birds, Briantspuddle Village Hall talk on Dorset Falconry Park, and the Hairy-footed Flower Bee – A call for nest records:

This Edition: A new owl box, Canada geese, Redwing, work on the Erica Trust land, six frog spawn Q&As, Valentine’s Day Amplexus. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

This Edition: First frog spawn, woodland work party, bumblebee update, trees for Dorset, the first woodlark song (today!). Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

This Edition: Bullfinches on a Briantspuddle Bird-feeder, Crossbill at Oakers Bog, Sika Deer on Black Hill, Snowdrops at Turnerspuddle. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

This Edition: Fungi in Oakers Wood, Affpuddle heath adder, bird updates from Waddock Cross and our local farms, views from Bat Willow Lane, winter bumblebees. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

This Edition: caterpillars, some strange paw prints, birds by the paddock, Affpuddle swans and a Bat Willow Lane quiz question. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

Not the normal format but a special foxy edition produced by John and Margaret Clegg. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

In this first Edition of the New Year – Bridge Cottage – Feedback – Sea Trout? – Common Puffball – More on Bat Willow Lane – Hornet on Candlestick – Swans a-Swimming. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

In this the Boxing Day Edition lots of birds and flooding pictures. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

In this Edition: Black Redstart, Robin Observations, A Thriving Wasp Colony, Edible Fungi. Click on the link below to read or download or use the download button:

Wildlife Newsletter No 29 2019 Cormorant, Roe Deer, Crab Spider, Moths, arrival of Redwings….

Wildlife Newsletter No 28 2019 Autumn moth traps, bird updates

Wildlife Newsletter No 27 2019 Nicrophorus (“bearer of the dead”), Pale Tussock Updates: Swifts, Swallows and House Martins Bat Box Inspections, Bats and Sunshades Hornets on a dying Ash Tree

Wildlife Newsletter No 26 2019 Lepidoptera updates (moths and butterflies!), dragonflies in the garden, heron on our garage roof

Wildlife Newsletter No 25 2019 Caterpillars: Buff-tip, Knot grass, Elephant Hawk-moth, updates on the Erica Trust and Autumn Bird Migration

Wildlife Newsletter No 24 2019 Smooth Newts on the Allotments Plantation, the largest caterpillars in the UK and Silver-washed Fritillaries

Wildlife Newsletter No 23 2019 Bumper edition – Swallows in Briantspuddle Art Gallery, Roe Deer at the Allotments Plantation, Old Lady Moth, Red Underwing and Clifton Non-pareil in Affpuddle, Hummingbird hawk-moth in Briantspuddle, Autumn lady’s-tresses near Bovington Camp

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