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Yellow Stagshorn © Richard Baines

What To Look Out For - September 2017

  • Tue 19th Sep, 2017

Autumn is a great time to explore your local woodlands in search of strange shapes emerging from the ground overnight. Richard Baines of Yorkshire Coast Nature chooses three types of fungi of differing forms, to look out for in the coming weeks.

Greenish Warbler Bempton © Andy Hood

Wildlife Sightings - August 2017

  • Mon 4th Sep, 2017

For many animals August is often a classic mix of post breeding resident species mingling with the first migrants. After the relatively settled summer of weather many birders were looking for signs our breeding birds had done well.

Spiny Squat Lobster © Mark Pearson

Wildlife Sightings - July 2017

  • Tue 1st Aug, 2017

Star birds graced three sites on the 1st July. The White-winged Tern was still at Kilnsea Wetlands, the Sabines Gull at Flask Lake Nosterfield and the excellent summer for European Honey Buzzards continued at Wykeham with three present on the first day of the month

Golden-ringed Dragonfly © Dan Lombard

What To Look Out For - August 2017

  • Thu 27th Jul, 2017

August is arguably the best month in North and East Yorkshire for Dragonflies and Damselflies (belonging to the order Odonata). The combination of a relatively warm and settled summer this year has created ideal conditions for these wonderful insects to flourish.

Dark-bordered Beauty female and male © Allan Rodda

Wildlife Sightings - June 2017

  • Mon 3rd Jul, 2017

Settled warm weather for most of the month brought a fabulous range of wildlife sightings to our region. Early emergence for many uncommon insects and lots of scarce species were also recorded.