Animals seen on the site


INSECTS

Butterflies

Brimstone Comma Common blue
Gatekeeper Green-veined white Holly blue
Large white Meadow brown Orange tip
Painted lady Peacock Red Admiral
Skipper Small tortoiseshell Small white
Speckled Wood    
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Moths

birds wing bright-line brown-eye brimstone
buff arches buff ermine burnished brass
common emerald common marbled carpet common pug
common rustic common wainscot flame
flame shoulder dark arches dark dagger
elephant hawk moth feathered gothic garden carpet
gothic heart and dart hummingbird hawk moth
large yellow underwing least yellow underwing lesser broad bordered
yellow underwing
lesser yellow underwing light arches middle-barred minor
mother of pearl plume moth poplar hawk
red underwing riband wave rosy rustic
ruby tiger setaceous hebrew character shuttle-shaped dart
silver. y small clouded brindle small square spot
small magpie snout spectacle
straw dot swallow prominent treble lines
vines rustic willow beauty  
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Dragon and Damselflies

Brown hawker (dragonfly) Common darter (dragonfly) Emperor dragonfly
Banded demoiselle (damselfly) Beautiful demoiselle (damselfly) Blue-tailed damselfly
large red damselfly    
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Other

Bumble bee
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MAMMALS

Bank vole Brown rat Common shrew
Fox Grey squirrel Hedgehog
Muntjac deer Pipstrelle bat Water vole
Weasel    
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REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS

Common frog Common toad Smooth newt
Grass snake Slow worm  
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BIRDS

Black headed gull Blackbird Blackcap
Blue tit Bullfinch Canada goose
Carrion crow Chaffinch Chiff-chaff
Coal tit Collared dove Coot
Cuckoo Dunnock Fieldfare
Garden warbler Goldfinch Goldcrest
Great tit Grey wagtail Heron
Herring gull House martin Jay
Kestrel Kingfisher Little grebe; Dabchick
Long-tailed tit Magpie Mallard
Mallard - cross Mistle thrush Moorhen
Mute swan Nuthatch Pheasant
Pied wagtail Red kite (overfly) Redpoll
Redwing Reed bunting Reed warbler
Robin Siskin Song thrush
Sparrow Sparrowhawk Starling
Swallow Swift Tawny owl
Treecreeper Water rail Woodpecker - green
Woodpecker - lesser spotted Wood Pigeon Wren
Yellowhammer    
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