Friday, 11 May 2012


From Tony Rayner:
Today we had our first Dingy Skipper of the year in our meadow, yet more evidence that we have a breeding colony.
Also last night was a good night for months; 17 species caught plus a couple of “micros” awaiting identification.
Reptile counts today were 8 Grass Snakes, 15 Common Lizards and 54 Slow-worms, also a female toad.
Last night there were Pipistrelle bats over the area and hawking prey over the area of the proposed gravel site.
Tony lives in the east of Cholsey!

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