Posts Written By: Camy

Fox moth caterpillar

Fox moth caterpillar
Fox moth caterpillar active on grassy bank at Holm yesterday. Overwinters as a fully grown larva emerging briefly, without feeding, to bask in spring sunshine before pupating in a long, cigar shaped cocoon near the…
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Winter Tree ID Day

Winter Tree ID Day
Thanks to everyone who attended the Winter Tree ID day last Wednesday. Some of us brave souls ventured out to the Wood of Cree to practice ID and look at tree features. The weather was…
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Fulmar

Fulmar
Another interesting find on the beach at Kirkmabreck, a dead fulmar. One of the `tubenose' species, the tube shaped nostrils used to secrete the saltwater taken in with their diet of seafood.
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Birds in Voice

Birds in Voice

Several species of birds now singing including robin, wren, chaffinch, song thrush (outside my bedroom window), and a dunnock heard practicing a tentative sub-song deep under a bush.

What have you heard?

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