Saturday, 26 July 2008

Another behind


I could hear this White Lion Meadow vole long before I saw it - they sound like they're eating celery sometimes. No more rat sightings since the 22nd, which is hopeful.
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I also went down to Greenfields Rise, at the entrance to the Country Park, and noted feeding there, plus some more near the metal suspension bridge on the way to Yocking's Gate. But it was too hot to stay out long, and I've mislaid my litter-picker, which means I can't root among the nettles like I normally do.

2 comments:

SWT Biological Records said...

Your pictures look like
Banded Agrion (Calopteryx splendens)
White-legged Damselfly (Platycnemis pennipes)
Large Skipper butterfly
(Ochlodes faunus)

Kate said...

Thanks! Is an Agrion the same as a demoiselle?