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Archive images - November 2019


Winter moth - Operophtera brumata
  A Winter Moth (Operophtera brumata) on our window, Alwins Field 27 November 2019. This is a male; females have no wings.





Winter Moth - Operophtera brumata
  The same Winter Moth (Operophtera brumata) on our window but with wings open, Alwins Field 27 November 2019.





Robin
  A Robin, checking if there was any food coming, at Tiddenfoot WP, 20 November 2019.





Mute swan - cygnet taking off
  A Mute Swan cygnet taking off from Tiddenfoot Lake, 20 November 2019. At this point it is was still running and flying.





Tree wasp
  A Tree Wasp in our garden, Alwins Field, 18 November 2019. The long antennae indicate it is a male, so he cannot sting you.





Jackdaw
  Our semi-resident Jackdaw, Alwins Field, 10 November 2019.





Rook
  This a very vocal Rook that frequents the area of Alwins Field, shown here shouting loudly from a TV aerial on 18 November 2019.
He/she has quite a varied repertoire including a number of clicks, gurgles, taps and burps.





Stonechat
  Stonechat in the Ouzel Valley, 10 November 2019.





Feral Pigeon
  Feral Pigeon over Alwins Field, 10 November 2019.





White-tailed Bumble-bee Queen
  A Queen White-tailed Bumble-bee feeding on Autumn Crocus in our garden, Alwins Field, 10 November 2019.





Blue tit
  Blue Tit, Rushmere Park (Stockgrove), 8 November 2019.





Great tit
  Great Tit, Rushmere Park (Stockgrove), 8 November 2019.





Wood Mouse
  A Wood Mouse (aka Long-tailed Field Mouse) in our garden at night, Alwins Field, 6 November 2019.




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