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Puss Moth adult © Richard Baines

There Be Dragons...

  • Fri 19th Oct, 2018

The ancient legends of old tell of dragons, or monstrous worms, which would roam the earth, devouring all that stood in their path. This is what came to mind the first time I ever encountered a puss moth caterpillar.

Wryneck at Bempton © Andy Hood

Wildlife Sightings North And East Yorkshire - September 2018

  • Fri 12th Oct, 2018

A month dominated by a warm and westerly air stream created a frustrating time for birders but there were some spectacular vis-mig counts, cetaceans and insect sightings

Oystercatcher Filey © Dan Lombard

What To Look Out For October 2018

  • Mon 1st Oct, 2018

Do tiny Goldcrests really fly across the wild North Sea? Or do they as east coast communities once though fly on the back of larger birds such as geese or woodcocks?

Humpback Whale Bempton 30 July 2018 © Jo Symon

Thar She Blows!

  • Sun 23rd Sep, 2018

What a summer, of unprecedented heat, cloudless blue skies, baking pavements and sparkling lazy seas shimmering like mirrors to the horizon.

Pied Flycatcher at Filey © Dan Lombard

Wildlife Sightings North And East Yorkshire - August 2018

  • Sat 8th Sep, 2018

After a warm start to the month with a feel of mid-summer to a real feel of autumn by the end. Songbird migration got off to a flyer as Pied Flycatchers arrived in force, waders took all the mid-month headlines but the end of the month was dominated by seabirds, whales and continental songbirds.