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Monday, July 11, 2011

11th July

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The pair of Common Terns are still coming to the lake, soon they will decide that it is time to move on having failed to breed this year. The other male that also pops in, will hopefully bring his family along at some stage.

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The fluffy rear of the Little Grebe

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Some butterflies that are around the park at the moment

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White-letter Hairstreak in area 41

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Gatekeeper can be found where there are patches of bramble

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Once a common species has declined drastically in recent years, however this year they have been seen over a dozen times

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Large Skipper female

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Essex Skipper, told from the similar Small Skipper by its all dark antennae tips

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Roesel’s Bush Cricket not found in the park until some were found in area 31(that is how it came to called the cricket pen).

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