Devon Bird Sightings: Other Wildlife from 8th–14th July 2020

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Sunday 12th July 2020

Thornhillhead, North Devon

Quite a surprise this morning, Brown Hare in the garden close to the house. We see them quite frequently in local fields and have often followed one in the car until a gateway, but on the lawn is a first for me after 20 years here.

Posted July 12th, 2020 at 8:06 am by Mark West in Other Wildlife

Saturday 11th July 2020

11-07-20 Plym Woods

Young Fallow Deer having a practice rut




Posted July 11th, 2020 at 9:51 pm by Greg Bradbury in Other Wildlife

Chelston, Torquay

Leucistic palmate newt theis afternoon in our garden pond. We had a golden newt tadpole 2 or 3 years back - this might be the same individual returning.


Posted July 11th, 2020 at 5:57 pm by Chris Proctor in Other Wildlife

Comet NEOWISE

This isn't strictly wildlife but we have the best comet in years currently visible low in the NE before dawn, best viewed between 2 and 3.30 am. Visible to the unaided eye, nice in binoculars. It should be visible for the next week or two. For further details and finder charts see -

https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/comet-neowise-delights-at-dawn/

Comet NEOWISE, 02.27 am BST
Comet NEOWISE, 02.27 am BST

Comet NEOWISE, 3.22 am BST
Comet NEOWISE, 3.22 am BST

Posted July 11th, 2020 at 1:37 pm by Chris Proctor in Other Wildlife

Friday 10th July 2020

Roborough Down 10-07-20

A good view of a Male Yellowhammer, other wildlife, Graylings are starting to show, and a large Skipper, Roborough Down at present is very quite for any birdlife.

Yellowhammer
Yellowhammer

Grayling
Grayling

Large Skipper
Large Skipper

Posted July 10th, 2020 at 3:49 pm by Greg Bradbury in Other Wildlife

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