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It was late July when I received an email from a local moth expert, Brian Hancock, inviting me to go along to a local woodland one evening to see if we could find specimens of the adult Netted Carpet (Eustroma reticulatum). When I first set out on my mothing journey, Brian got in touch and … Continue reading Netted Carpet
As far as I can remember, I first encountered the larvae of the Cinnabar (Tyria Jacobaeae) in 1988 when I was 14 years old growing up in Salford. Somewhere I noticed an advert for volunteers to help with conservation projects during the summer holidays from school. The advert was probably in the local free press … Continue reading Cinnabar
Hi Being back on duty after a bit of annual leave is always a challenge. Getting back into the routine of day shifts and night shifts again, plus finding stuff for the kids to do during the holidays, leaves you with less time to write a blog. Thankfully our two love a local walk in … Continue reading A treasure chest of biodiversity
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