Devon Bird Sightings: Other Wildlife from 15th–21st September 2019

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Wednesday 18th September 2019

Warleigh Point 18-09-19

Small Tortoise Shell butterfly, Warleigh Point

Posted September 18th, 2019 at 3:04 pm by Greg Bradbury in Other Wildlife

Monday 16th September 2019

South Milton Ley, Sunday 15/09/19

A few dragonflies at South Milton Ley, lots of Common Darters, a couple of Migrant hawkers and a southern Hawker. Also a Small pearl bordered fritillary at Soar and a clouded yellow at south Milton.

Common Darters
Common Darters

Southern Hawker
Southern Hawker

Smal pearl bordered fritillary
Smal pearl bordered fritillary

Posted September 16th, 2019 at 8:15 pm by Richie Moore in Other Wildlife

Sunday 15th September 2019

Clennon Valley Ponds, Paignton

A male Cleopatra butterfly on buddleia on the far side of the 4th (top) pond. There have been a few (genuine?) British records but given previous odd butterfly records in the area this is sure to be a release. Other butterflies included red admiral, painted lady, comma, small copper and assorted whites. Many migrant hawker (mostly on the first pond), southern hawker, common darter and a late blue tailed damselfly. Best of the birds were kingfisher, dabchick, tufted duck, chiffchaff, sparrowhawk.

Cleopatra, male
Cleopatra, male

migrant hawker, also male.
migrant hawker, also male.

Posted September 15th, 2019 at 8:04 pm by Chris Proctor in Other Wildlife

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