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Redstart again

Cloudy with sunny intervals, 20°, light NNE. 2 Common Redstart (juvs) on the hill today, 1 in the usual hedge and another in the Hawthorns along the h...
16-07-2019 16:04

The Lees area

Sunny intervals, 24°, breezy NW. A walk out to the Lees this afternoon found the farmland on the way out quite barren. Some of the so called ?conserva...
13-07-2019 16:04

Black, Gold & Painted Ladies

Cloudy with a few sunny spells, 23°, light W.2 Raven on and around the hill toady and very vocal, present for around 30 minutes then flew off south we...
12-07-2019 16:04

Redstart & Whinchat

Mainly cloudy with sunny spells, 21°, light S.Just beginning to think it was another quiet day on the hill when I saw a bird flycatching along the top...
09-07-2019 16:04

Sunshiny day

Sunny, 24°, light WNW.Somewhat quiet out there today, however a surprise of a Garden Warbler singing in the Bullshole area also nice to compare with a...
06-07-2019 16:04

Summer pics

A nice series of pics from Alan Dawson today. Coal Tit Gatekeeper Marbled White (F) Ringlet (above & below)...
05-07-2019 16:04

Invertebrates again

Mainly sunny, 21°, light NE. Not a lot going on out there birdwise today. Another day for mainly insects. Yellowhammers still in good voice and small ...
04-07-2019 16:04

Dragons

A few pics of Dragonflies at Cholsey Meadows yesterday & today.All photos by Alan Dawson. 4-spot Chaser Black-tailed SkimmerEmperor egg laying...
29-06-2019 16:03

Has Summer arrived"

Sunny, 23°, light ENE. A nice warm day today and reflected by the number of insects around and Painted Lady butterflies just into double figures with ...
28-06-2019 16:04

Painted Lady

Several Painted Lady butterfly in Cholsey today. There were hundreds of thousands moving north along the eastern Mediterranean earlier this year and t...
25-06-2019 16:04

Game of Crows and poor info!

Out walking today along the farm track to the Lees I was asked by a dog walker if I was a ?twitcher?. I replied no, not these days and explained what ...
22-06-2019 16:04

The Lees and beyond

Sunny spells, 19°, light W. A walk out to the Lees and beyond today and a little warmer than of late. The ?long ditch? out beyond the Lees was dredged...
22-06-2019 16:04

More rain!

Overcast then rain, 17°, light SW. Pretty quiet out today. A quick check on the Spotted Flycatchers before making my way out to Lollingdon. A few Swif...
19-06-2019 16:03

Week end pics

some good wildlife pics from Cholsey this week end. Thanks to Niall, Cathy and Alan for their photos.Barn Owl (courtesy Niall Hammond)Pyramid Orchid (...
17-06-2019 16:04

Marsh Fritillary

A Marsh Fritillary butterfly found today by Alan Dawson is a first record in recent times for this rare butterfly. I am unable to find any documented ...
17-06-2019 16:04

Spotted a Spotted and another Spotted

Sunshine and showers, 16°, breezy SSW. Spotted Flycatcher is almost another lost species to Cholsey. However it appears we may have a breeding pair in...
15-06-2019 16:05

The importance of Gardens

Gardens now make up 10 million acres of land in the UK more than all the nature reserves put together, roughly 15% of the UK land mass. With 27 millio...
12-06-2019 16:04

Cholsey's lost birds

Whilst most of our bird species have declined by an average of 50%, some are now noticeably absent from Cholsey. Declines are linked to changing farmi...
11-06-2019 16:04

Breezy day

Sunny with a moderate breeze, 16°, fresh SW. A wet day yesterday and overnight but the rain sorely needed. A visit of a Muntjac Deer racing around the...
09-06-2019 16:04

An unusual one!

Mainly cloudy, 17°, light SW. An unusual record this morning of a singing Reed Warbler in the Millennium Wood and still singing in roughly the same sp...
06-06-2019 16:04

Slow start to June

Sunny intervals, 18°, light SSW. Relatively quiet out at Lollingdon again. A bonus of the first Curlew of the year heard and seen flying west from Kin...
04-06-2019 16:04

Where are our Yellow Wagtails"

Overcast, 19°, light SW. Still cannot find any Yellow Wagtail locally. Apart from a few passage records this spring we have one record of a female col...
01-06-2019 16:06

Cooler

Cloudy with few sunny spells, 17°, light W. Fairly quiet around the hill today and quite breezy, Skylark and Corn Bunting in song with the odd Yellowh...
28-05-2019 16:06

Alans Wanderings

A few photos from Alan Dawson this week.Yellow Wagtail. Appear rather scarce around Cholsey this year. Please email me if you see any in the area. TaÂ...
25-05-2019 16:04

Swift Walk

Wallingford Wildlife Group are carrying out an RSPB Swift survey this summer and to help people to familiarise themselves with Swifts and potential co...
24-05-2019 16:05

Stay optimistic!

Mostly sunny, 19°, light SW. I always go out with a certain amount of optimism hoping to find something unusual, especially at this time of year. Ther...
23-05-2019 16:04

3 H's

Another warm and sunny day, 19°, light NW.3 H\'s today, Hairy, Hobby & Hirundines! A couple of photos today from Alan of a Hairy Dragonfly take down ...
22-05-2019 16:05

Lollingdon

Sunny spells, 19°, light NNW. Another quiet day out at Lollingdon, a Lesser Whitethroat heard singing on the way out a 3 Raven (2&1) over the hill plu...
21-05-2019 16:06

Dazed & Confused

Overcast and murky, 13°, light NE. A much cooler day than of late and no butterflies on the wing. Very little noted today, a single Swallow flew north...
18-05-2019 16:04

Cinnabar Moth

Sunny with increasing cloud, 16°, light E. A few hours on the allotment this afternoon with several Swift screaming overhead and the odd House Martin ...
17-05-2019 16:04
 



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