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AuthorTopic: BUTTERFLIES 2020
David & Pat Wileman BUTTERFLIES 2020posted at 11/02/2020 15:07:36

It is a bit early but after some recent early reports from elsewhere we have opened this for any of your sightings.  Please share your sightings for 2020 here.

Kath & Mick Claydon 8 March 2020posted at 08/03/2020 14:25:20

PEACOCK BUTTERFLY  1 by the southern sluice East Bank Cley

Michael Harcup 10 March 2020posted at 10/03/2020 16:54:51

Cley garden circa 13:00

Kath & Mick Claydon 11 March 2020posted at 13/03/2020 15:16:30

David Griffiths' report copied from end of 2019 so it gets included in 2020 year records - Kath Claydon:
Peacock sunning itself at Gramborough Hill this morning (i.e. on 11 March 2020)

David Fell 11 March 2020posted at 13/03/2020 16:38:45

Peacock Kelling Heath

David Fell 16 March 2020posted at 16/03/2020 15:44:23

1 Peacock Salthouse near duck pond

David Fell 17 March 2020posted at 17/03/2020 20:56:43

2 Peacocks in Wiveton garden.

David Fell 23 March 2020posted at 23/03/2020 19:33:30

Brimstone and Peacock in Wiveton garden.

Michael Harcup Re: 23 March 2020posted at 23/03/2020 19:39:41

One in Cley garden at noon and two along Skirts path - pm.
Two in Cley garden about 13:30

Michael Harcup 25 March 2020posted at 25/03/2020 17:54:34

In Cley garden at noon today.

Kath & Mick Claydon 25 March 2020posted at 25/03/2020 19:33:21

At least 2 Peacocks aand a Comma in Langham garden today.  Also, several queen wasps.

Steve Gantlett Re: 25 March 2020posted at 26/03/2020 16:54:46

1 Comma at Walsey Hills (MG had an Orange-tip at Cley yesterday)

Steve Gantlett 4th Aprilposted at 04/04/2020 13:58:46

Nice weather at last and a good butterfly day. In and around the garden: 1 Brimstone, 3 Holly Blues, 5 Peacocks & 1 Small Tortoiseshell.

Michael Harcup 5th Aprilposted at 05/04/2020 18:41:00

My first Brimstone and first Orange Tip in the garden today.

David Fell 7th Aprilposted at 07/04/2020 22:29:35

Peacock,Small Tortoiseshell, Holy Blue, Brimstone and 2 Orange-tipped (Male and female) in Wiveton garden.

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