Devon Bird Sightings: Other Wildlife from 22nd–30th April 2020

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Tuesday 28th April 2020

Lipson Plymouth Rats

Something I did not expect on my feeders today, RATS

Adult with young rat   
Adult with young rat

Posted April 28th at 12:16 pm by Greg Bradbury in Other Wildlife

Monday 27th April 2020

Saunton

1 Green Hairstreak seen on 22/04/2020 & just a few Small Coppers.this morning.

Posted April 27th at 4:18 pm by Rob Jutsum in Other Wildlife

Torcross.

The first immigrant Silver Y of the year caught last night ; although I have seen 3 day flying individuals in the last fortnight ,  in a nearby field of Clover.

Silver Y. Buff Tip.
Silver Y.                           Buff Tip.

Posted April 27th at 3:53 pm by Alan K. Searle. in Other Wildlife

Saturday 25th April 2020

Torcross.

A very fresh Poplar Hawkmoth among last night's moth catch.

Poplar Hawkmoth.
Poplar Hawkmoth.

Marbled Coronet.
Marbled Coronet.

Posted April 25th at 3:37 pm by Alan K. Searle. in Other Wildlife

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Torcross.

A selection of last night's moths.

Tawny Shears.Muslin Moth.Early Thorn.
Tawny Shears.                       Muslin Moth.                         Early Thorn.

Posted April 23rd at 4:08 pm by Alan K. Searle. in Other Wildlife

Marsh Green, East Devon

An hours walk from home around the country lanes produced a pair of Roe Deer and a few birds including a single Whitethroat, several Blackcap and a few others.  Most worrying is the absence of Swallows with none seen here yet it spite of the many farms locally.  Only five House Martin counted to date.

Posted April 23rd at 12:21 pm by Jonathan Ruscoe in Other Wildlife

Modbury garden moths

Had a few moths visit the garden last night

Waved umber
Waved umber

Swallow prominent
Swallow prominent

Buff tip
Buff tip

Posted April 23rd at 5:46 am by Richie Moore in Other Wildlife

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