Devon Bird Sightings: Other Wildlife from 8th–14th July 2017

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Thursday 13th July 2017

Morte Point

Four Fox Cubs near the cemetery early this morning.

   

Posted July 13th, 2017 at 5:35 pm by Derek Stacey in Other Wildlife

Monday 10th July 2017

Roe buck , Arlington area this morning.

Cracking encounter.

  

Posted July 10th, 2017 at 11:37 am by David Paterson in Other Wildlife

Bicton Park, East Devon

Sunday 9th July.  Another sunny day.  Pleased to see many damselflies about this week and the Black tailed Skimmer Dragonfly seen again.  Very many young mallards to delight the children and blackbirds making the most of a cherry tree.

             Bicton Park, Sunday 9th July

Bicton Park, Sunday 9th July

Posted July 10th, 2017 at 8:30 am by Rob Jerrard in Other Wildlife

Saturday 8th July 2017

Pullabrook Wood, Bovey Valley - 7.7.17

Managed to photo these beautiful Silver-washed Fritillaries (m & f - not every day that happens). Several not so obliging White Admirals seen.

Silver-washed Fritillary (m) Silver-washed Fritillary (f)
Silver-washed Fritillary (m)                               Silver-washed Fritillary (f)

Posted July 8th, 2017 at 2:20 pm by Dave Holloway in Other Wildlife

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