Summer Sightings

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Here is a selection of photos of the wildlife recorded by members during July and the first week of August. Of particular note, is the pair of Kingfishers that are regularly posing in front of the main hide creating an ever growing collection of superb Kingfisher shots. There was also a new species of Moth for the reserve, “Old Lady”, which is pictured in the gallery.  Its name derives from the likeness of its wing pattern to that of dresses often worn by Victorian ladies.

 

 
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