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. Please also contact her if you would like back copies.

This Edition: Marbled White, “Briantspuddle Arches”, An Ensign Fly, Black Horehound, Spotted Flycatcher;

This Edition: Treecreepers, Green Woodpeckers, Ladybird Enemies:

This Edition: Camouflaged Toad, Sloe Bug AKA the Hairy Shieldbug. Marmalade Hoverfly, a family of Starlings. The garden at no 16 Briantspuddle:

This Edition: Box Bug from Box Hill. News from the tractor (West Farm, Affpuddle). Speckled Bush Cricket, and the tiny Heterotoma planicornis:

This Edition: Male Leopard Moth, Affpuddle Updates. Small Skipper or Essex Skipper?

This Edition: Spotted Flycatcher, Gatekeeper, Ringlet, Mint Leaf Beetle, British Snakes, Cucumber Spider:

A Ladybird Edition: Harlequin, Seven-Spot & 22-Spot Ladybirds. Oh, and Zombie Ladybirds!

This Edition: Bullfinches in Throop, Buff Arches, Barred Straw, Encouraging the Silver-studded Blue:

This Edition: Pied Hoverfly, an Aphid Attack? Look out for the Garden Chafer and the Rose Chafer:

This Edition: Rosy Footman on the kitchen ceiling, Erica Trust land: update and butterflies. Alder Leaf Beetle Larvae:

This Edition: Marmalade Hoverfly, Aphids and a Forestry College project, Common Crossbill at Moreton Plantation:

This Edition: What’s the Barn Owl up to? The 0.7mm Silver-studded Blue Egg:

This Edition: Meadow Brown, Spotted Flycatchers return to the parish. Blisters from Hogweed!