James Lowen 

Wildlife

Wildlife

BLOG 2021


Click on the underlined text to go to the respective blogpost. 

13 May 2021 Global Big Day (101 species on a morning walk in Norfolk before rain stopped play)

27 April 2021 Acquired tastes (Incurvaria pectinea, a micromoth, in Norfolk)

20 April 2021 Snakedance (a prolonged display by dancing male Adders in Suffolk)

17 April 2021 Little and large (Little Gull in Norwich, Little Buntings in Surrey, Walrus in Pembrokeshire)

7 April 2021 Easter snake (Adders in Norfolk)

2 April 2021 Mad March Moths(a great night mothing near Norwich)

22 March 2021 Owl prowl(Tawny Owl brood in Norwich)

15 March 2021 White and yellow (White-fronted Goose and a brace of Yellow-legged Gulls in Norwich)

2 March 2021 Jack the lad (a cracking Jack Snipe in Norwich)

22 Feb 2021 Hot birding (Garden Common Crane, and thermally sensed mammals and Woodcock)

16 Feb 2021 Finecitybirding (Norwich: Caspian Gull, Curlew, Smew and 100s of dabbling ducks)

12 Feb 2021 Snowbirding (Norwich: Scaup and other ice-constrained creatures)

7 Feb 2021 Horned hopper (the weird-and-wonderful Asiraca clavicornis in our Norwich garden)

4 Feb 2021 Gold star (a tame garden Goldcrest)

27 Jan 2021 1,200 x 16 (a huge hibernation huddle of 16-spot Ladybirds in Norwich)

16 Jan 2021 Casp (Caspian Gull near home in Norwich)

9 Jan 2021 Ice dragons (Great Egrets near our Norwich home)