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Forum: Norfolk Thursday 14th July 2016, 22:33
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Posted By Tideliner
First gatekeeper of the year out at Swanton...

First gatekeeper of the year out at Swanton Novers today. Good numbers of Silver Washed Fritillaries out too .
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 6th July 2016, 22:42
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Posted By Tideliner
A lot of new butterflies today at Swanton Novers....

A lot of new butterflies today at Swanton Novers. Saw 3 SWF , first small and Essex skippers plus a purple hairstreak. Two green hairsrteaks also seen , not a regular butterfly for the site and very...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 5th July 2016, 21:46
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Posted By Tideliner
Saw my first white admiral of the year at Swanton...

Saw my first white admiral of the year at Swanton Novers yesterday. Only 2 weeks later than usual. No sign of SW Fritillaries yet , but they cant be far away.
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 25th June 2016, 21:53
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Posted By Tideliner
A handfull of ringlets out at Swanton Novers...

A handfull of ringlets out at Swanton Novers yesterday, but butterflies very scarce on the survey, just twenty counted when I usualy am counting 100 + at this time of year. Speckled Woods, 1 meadow...
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 22nd June 2016, 21:48
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Posted By Tideliner
1st meadow browns flying yesterday at Swanton...

1st meadow browns flying yesterday at Swanton Novers.
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 19th June 2016, 22:39
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Posted By Tideliner
To say butterflies are a bit this on the ground...

To say butterflies are a bit this on the ground is an under statement for this year Did my transact this afternoon in warm conditions 20C and plenty of sun between short periods of cloud cover and it...
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 19th June 2016, 22:33
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Posted By Tideliner
I am guessing few post on here any more as...

I am guessing few post on here any more as someone must have seen emperor dragonflies in Norfolk by now. Anyway saw my first 2 of the year this afternoon at Swanton Novers. The latest date for me to...
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Thursday 16th June 2016, 22:37
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Posted By Tideliner
Steve is spot on with the ID.

Steve is spot on with the ID.
Forum: Norfolk Thursday 16th June 2016, 22:35
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Posted By Tideliner
I saw my first banded demoiselles of the year...

I saw my first banded demoiselles of the year today at Stiffkey along with blue tailed and common damselflies. This has to be the worst start to the dragonfly season I have ever known. I have 12...
Forum: Norfolk Thursday 16th June 2016, 22:25
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Posted By Tideliner
Saw my first large skipper of the year at Swanton...

Saw my first large skipper of the year at Swanton Novers yesterday. Usual time of year which is a surprise given the cool weather until this week.
Forum: Norfolk Monday 9th May 2016, 22:04
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Posted By Tideliner
Saw my first four spot chaser of the year at...

Saw my first four spot chaser of the year at Swanton Novers today . Quite a few large red damselflies about in good colour so they have been on the wing for some time.
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 1st May 2016, 22:24
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Posted By Tideliner
This is will be old news for some , but my first...

This is will be old news for some , but my first large White of the year yesterday at Stiffkey Fen plus a orange tip ( one also reported there a week ago) again my first of the season. No sign of...
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Sunday 17th April 2016, 22:37
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Posted By Tideliner
I agree that the greylag ( eastern race with a...

I agree that the greylag ( eastern race with a pink bill ) is not pure , but think more likely to have domestic blood rather than swan goose in it.
Forum: Norfolk Wednesday 13th April 2016, 21:06
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Posted By Tideliner
Saw my first G V White at Swanton Novers Monday....

Saw my first G V White at Swanton Novers Monday. But overall numbers of butterflies very low on the surveys.
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 26th March 2016, 16:22
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Posted By Tideliner
These records are a bit late due to PC problems....

These records are a bit late due to PC problems. Peacock March 16th,Stiffkey Fen and Brimstone March 25th Stiffkey fen and Fakenham with my second Small Tort very worn, also in Fakenham on 25th.
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 26th March 2016, 16:17
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Posted By Tideliner
This record is a bit late due to PC problems....

This record is a bit late due to PC problems. Single swallow east at Swanton Novers 9am March 24th. Same day inland movement of redwings 100+ in 5 flocks all south west ?
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Monday 22nd February 2016, 16:17
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Posted By Tideliner
Yes its a female pochard

Yes its a female pochard
Forum: Bird Identification Q&A Saturday 13th February 2016, 23:52
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Posted By Tideliner
It the first photo and fourth of the last group...

It the first photo and fourth of the last group of 5 photos there are 3 swans. Two whoopers with a much smaller bird with a lot less yellow on the bill, surely a Bewick's. Great selection of wildfowl...
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 2nd February 2016, 09:43
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Posted By Tideliner
For most mortals the walk to Berney is closer to...

For most mortals the walk to Berney is closer to 2 1\2 hours if you do not hang about too much. You will usually have plenty to see so add at least another hour .
Forum: Norfolk Tuesday 2nd February 2016, 09:39
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Posted By Tideliner
My first Small Tort of the year in Fakenham on...

My first Small Tort of the year in Fakenham on Jan 27th.
Forum: Norfolk Monday 17th August 2015, 22:45
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Posted By Tideliner
That sounds interesting Andy as a bird watcher in...

That sounds interesting Andy as a bird watcher in the Watch point at Swanton Novers showed me a photo he took in his garden which is next to Sherringham Woods, last summer of a purple emperor.

We...
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 16th August 2015, 21:59
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Posted By Tideliner
Most SWFs are getting tatty by now , but still...

Most SWFs are getting tatty by now , but still good nembers about. I have seen 2 "Valezina" in the past week , the first I have found. They seem to be having a real bumper year. New broods of comma,...
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 2nd August 2015, 21:29
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Posted By Tideliner
Ben I saw the dead animal at Pensthorpe this...

Ben I saw the dead animal at Pensthorpe this morning on my way to work. My first impression was it was a well mangled badger , though I did not note any sign of a black and white striped head and...
Forum: Norfolk Saturday 1st August 2015, 23:17
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Posted By Tideliner
I was amazed how resiliant our butterflies are....

I was amazed how resiliant our butterflies are. After 10 days with very heavy rain and low sumer temperatures I was not expecting much on Fridays butterflu survey but counted well over 500...
Forum: Norfolk Sunday 12th July 2015, 22:07
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Posted By Tideliner
Looks like a Clumber Park honey was reported...

Looks like a Clumber Park honey was reported today so one theory shot down !!
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