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There have been 24 species of butterflies recorded in Narroways/Ashley Vale in the past 20 or 30 years. This is a an impressive count for an urban site and considering there are only 70 resident and migrant butterfly species in … Continue reading
Saw this today, on top of a fence post on Cutthroat Lane, and Church Field. He’s a beauty – male and a year or more old, by the size and colours, but with common lizards, it’s always a guess, as … Continue reading
Walking past Narroways Hill today, along the foot path on Cutthroat Lane, I saw an adult common lizard (Lacerta vivipara) basking on the sleeper fence. Time was about 11.45 am. This is very early indeed to see lizards out and … Continue reading
Please find below the wildlife records for Narroways/Ashley Vale/St Werburghs for October to December 2013. Lots of ravens and a few late butterflies along with bramblings (which I still haven’t seen). Happy reading and happy wildlife viewing. Will be in … Continue reading
Ravens in the tower – there has been a lot of recent raven activity in St Werburghs church tower – to the chagrin of local crows and magpies.