Tim Smith - the assistant county ecologist is running a shoresearch event at Pett Level on Tuesday 13th July (this Tuesday!). This is for all who are interested in marine ecology and who may be able to help identifying and surveying this part of the Sussex shoreline. Meeting at 6pm up on the beach wall from the Smuggler’s car park.
Archive for July 12th, 2010
Moths are gernerally seen and photographed from above, but they take on a different character if viewed face to face. I remember back in the 1980’s some fascinating photos of moth “faces” by Michael Tweedie, a local naturalist. So yesterday I took some photos of moths caught in Northiam.
Spectacle - can you see its pair of glasses?
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Highlights at dawn included 2 Spotted Redshank and 14 Greenshank at Ternery Pool, 5 Black-tailed Godwit and 2 Common Sandpiper on the Quarry , at least another 6 Common Sandpiper were on Harbour Farm Pools, 24 Dunlin and 2 Greenshank were feeding along the shore out from Critall Hide.