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September is the month when many naturalists become excited about animal migration. From massive Gannets leaving their breeding ledges on their way to the Bay of Biscay, to delicate Red Admiral butterflies crossing the North Sea to reach Yorkshire’s shore, migration is amazing!
The first week of July is usually quiet for rare birds but birders were awoken from their summer siesta on the 1st when news broke of a Short-toed Eagle near Wykeham village. Unfortunately after the first sighting by a tour group it was never seen again but you never know…
August is a month of plenty. Whether you’re raising your family or planning on migration you need a lot of food and this is often the best month to put on weight with loads of insects and fruit around!
The biggest wildlife news at the start of the month was the huge invasion of Diamondback Moths. They were literally everywhere tens of millions all over the UK
July is a fabulous month for insects as the warm weather encourages more and more species to emerge.