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21 July 2022 Wildlife Travel


After several weeks out of action for various reasons, I'll start playing blog catch-up. First on the agenda is a tour that my old friendJono Leadley and I led for Wildlife Travel, showcasing the best of June wildlife in Norfolk (and marginally Suffolk too). It was a very successful tour, with some great  moths, butterflies, dragonflies and plants seen alongside the more expected birdlife. From a personal perspective, I was heartened by the appetite for seeing moths - those that we caught ourselves at the hotel near Norwich, bumped into in the field, or enjoyed at NWT Weeting Heath courtesy of volunteer Joe Myers. One of the joys of leading for Wildlife Travel is the close relationship between the company and wildlife trusts (which includes the donation of profits). Anyhow, to read more about the tour, you could do worse than reading the trip report that Jono and I prepared - or simply whet your tastebuds with a few photos below. My next tours for the company - assuming enough clients sign up... - will be in Norfolk in December and in Lesvos during April 2023. Please join us!