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AuthorTopic: MAMMALS 2020
David & Pat Wileman MAMMALS 2020posted at 07/01/2020 12:44:40

Unfortunately we are unable to allow mammals to be added on the bird news page so as quite a few entries were made in the thread we opened for Mammals in previous years we have now created a new one for 2020.

To enter a new sighting scroll to the bottom of this thread then click on 'REPLY'.  In the Topic please enter the species and also the date then in the message give details such as numbers seen, where it/they were seen and any other interesting information.  If you are passing on someone else's sighting please give their name.  Photos can be attached to the reply once submitted by clicking on the photo icon.

Any entries posted here will be passed to the County Recorder.

Tony Parsons Re: MAMMALS 2020posted at 20/01/2020 18:52:36

2 Brown Hares Eye Field Cley on Jan 10

1 Brown Hare Eye Field Cley on Jan 20

Steve Hale Re: MAMMALS 2020posted at 19/02/2020 19:16:33
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3 Brown Hare at Kelling WM 19/2/20

David Fell Re: MAMMALS 2020posted at 21/03/2020 12:17:24

20 March 12.45 12 RED DEER  (1 stag 11 hinds) Kelling Heath.

Kath & Mick Claydon 21 Marchposted at 21/03/2020 14:48:18

BROWN HARE  3 by crossroads NE Langham

Michael Harcup Re: 21 Marchposted at 21/03/2020 18:54:13

BROWN HARE
3 in field South of North Foreland Wood late pm

Sean Dempster BROWN HAREposted at 26/03/2020 15:59:31

19 in a field to west of Pinfold Hill in late afternoon sun along with 3 Roe Deer and 2 Muntjac

Seán Dempster 24/03/20

Michael Harcup 26 MARCHposted at 26/03/2020 18:53:16

MUNTJAC
Feeding on Cley Marshes late pm

David & Pat Wileman 26 MARCHposted at 26/03/2020 19:46:37

At least 4 HARES between Iron Rd and Arnold's this morning including 2 boxing on Wigeon Marsh - the first time I've actually seen this!

Tom Green Re: 26 MARCHposted at 27/03/2020 00:03:09

Less people around equals more mammals. Nice
Chinese Water Deer randomly and skittishly charging around the Blakeney Freshes south of the main reedbed at sunset.
Lapwings were upset and stooped at it several times.

PS for any insect watchers. At least three Bee Flies sipping nectar in our Blakeney garden + 1 Red Admiral and a Peacock Butterfly

Kath & Mick Claydon 27 MARCHposted at 27/03/2020 21:25:14

ROE BUCK (still in velvet) along Morston-Langham road.

Michael Harcup Re: 29 MARCHposted at 29/03/2020 20:17:05

CHINESE WATER DEER
One on the Cley Marshes viewed from the Skirts footpath at 16:00

David & Pat Wileman 2-4 April Hares in Langham.posted at 04/04/2020 21:16:57

Lots of hares seen on our early morning 'exercise' walks around Langham.  3 SW of village on the 2nd, 19 SE of village on the 3rd and 8 NW of village on the 4th.

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