May 5, 2014 Flora and Fauna Camy Wrens Nest low in Dead Bracken Stumbled upon this wrens nest low in dead bracken at High Camer today. Only found it because the bird flew off. Eggs inside. Careful where you step!! Related Articles Egg Cases of Thornback & Spotted Rays Posted On March 16, 2014 Whilst beach cleaning we found these egg cases of Thornback Ray (Raja clavata) – bottom; and Spotted Ray (Raja montagui) – top. Brown China Mark (Elophila nymphaeata) Posted On June 21, 2013 At least 15 Brown China Mark (Elophila nymphaeata) moths around pond on evening. Mostly males with noticeably larger females in demand. Pairs seen mating. I… Volunteers Checking Nest Boxes Posted On May 20, 2015 If you see small groups or pairs of people in the woods looking into nestboxes, don’t worry.