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South Africa. On the Path of Nocturnals.
Written by Jos   

 Kruger

 

 

Travelling in June 2017, this three-week trip was very much planned with mammals as the priority, the key targets being a select group of nocturnal mammals, headed by iconic species such as Aardvark, Aardwolf, Black-footed Cat & Greater Bushbaby.

Last Updated ( Monday, 04 December 2017 )
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October 2017. Last Gasps of the Season.
Written by Jos   

Comma

 

 

Cold, wet and windy, the tides of October spelling the end to the 2017 butterfly season. In a final little fanfair however, the first few days of the month threw a few unexpected highlights, eleven species of butterfly seen, three fritillary species the most unexpected.

And then, right through to the month's end, occasional butterflies on the wing - truly remarkable for the Baltic States!

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 27 October 2017 )
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September 2017. Distinctly Autumn.
Written by Jos   

Brown Hairstreak

 

Departure of birds, abundant fungi, cool blustery conditions, summer a memory. On sunny days however, still butterflies flying, not least Queen of Spain Fritillaries and Pale Clouded Yellows, plus late records of Silver-spotted Skipper, Brown Hairstreak and Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary. Even more remarkable, a Large Copper, Large Skipper and two Camberwell Beauties in the latter parts of the month.

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 October 2017 )
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