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Bedstraw Hawk-moth at Beacon Ponds © Alex Starace

Wildlife Sightings North And East Yorkshire - July 2018

  • Sun 12th Aug, 2018

July 2018 was a wonderful month for rare and unusual wildlife sightings in East and North Yorkshire. From rare American birds to big numbers of migrant moths many species surged north during the warm weather

Comma on Buddleia © Richard Baines

What To Look Out For - August 2018

  • Mon 30th Jul, 2018

Looking closely at butterflies on Buddleia can bring a rare reward. On the 25th August 2006 at Flamborough, the late Martin Garner and I caught sight of a larger butterfly flying across my garden. It rested on a wooden post and that’s when I realised it was a rare Camberwell Beauty!

Squacco Heron at Kilnsea © Richard Willison

Wildlife Sightings North And East Yorkshire - June 2018

  • Sun 8th Jul, 2018

June started as May ended with a good selection of overshooting scarce and rare birds. A male Rustic Bunting was the pick of a great bunch of birds at Spurn on the 1st alongside Golden Oriole, three Red-backed Shrike, Marsh Warbler and two Common Rosefinches.

What To Look Out For - July 2018

What To Look Out For - July 2018

  • Sun 1st Jul, 2018

The wonderful thing about wildlife is its everywhere, from an urban concrete jungle to a wild national park.

Duke of Burgundy at Hawnby © Lindsey Bowes

Wildlife Sightings North And East Yorkshire - May 2018

  • Sat 2nd Jun, 2018

Wow what a great month! This is a bumper edition with loads of sightings includes more than the usual moths and butterflies. From record numbers of Dukes and a rare Purple Cloud to a hat trick of Eastern Subalpine Warblers