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Where's wally?

June 13, 2023 - I used to occasionally blog these sort of posts. Giving you a shot of a seemingly empty view... and asking you to find...
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Batesian mimicry.

June 09, 2023 - Regular readers of this blog may already know that we're NOT arboriculturalists, so are happy to have a thriving colony...
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June buggy.

July 01, 2022 - June suddenly - this June bringing real heat (34C where we are) as well as a month, for me, to concentrate on our local...
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Hornet moth natural histories

June 15, 2021 - I was going to blog about "horrible (natural) histories" today with a post about a fascinating endoparasitic wasp - and...
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A wonderful wildlife and weather weekend.

June 13, 2021 - No time for a lengthy, flowery write-up. So, in a bulleted format. What I (and we) saw this weekend. I found a (n une...
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My eldest boy and I are grand mothers.

September 03, 2020 - I've been meaning to write a mothy post for a wee while now - and as I found a lovely moth caterpillar in the garden tod...
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More hornet clearwing moths.

July 22, 2020 - I think that Ben (my eldest son) and I have between us, found about fifteen pupal exuviae and/or mud casings that surrou...
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We're up to SEVEN now!

June 26, 2020 - Since Ben found our first hornet moth t'other day - and more pertinently, our first hornet moth pupal exuvia a day later...
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Ben gets better and better. A story about "adminicula"...

June 22, 2020 - Yesterday, my eldest boy found a newly-emerged hornet moth pumping up its wings at the base of our back garden's largest...
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Were you correct?

June 21, 2020 - Yesterday I posted that Ben, our eldest boy had found SOMETHING on the largest of our poplar trees in our back garden...
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Ticking boxes... TODAY. RIGHT NOW.

June 08, 2019 - I'm regularly asked by people how they can see certain things. And "how come you have (seen x or y) Doug? You're SOOOOoo...
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