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Nature

Bat Survey (taken at end of June 2022) at the allotment

This data is a part of the North Somerset Bat Survey for the UWE Bat Conservation Research Lab                                                    in partnership with NSC, BTO and Avon Wildlife Trust.

Serotine (98% confidence)

Leisler’s bat (99% confidence)

Noctule (86% confidence)

Nathusius’ Pipistrelle (88% confidence)

Common Pipistrelle (98% confidence)

Soprano Pipistrelle (99% confidence)

Brown long eared bat (99% confidence)

Brandt’s bat (22% confidence)

Whiskered bat (28% confidence)

Also sound detected were

Hazel dormouse

Eurasian Pygmy shrew

With thanks to member Christopher Robinson

Birds

We regularly see wren, dunnock, robin, greenfinch, goldfinch, chaffinch, linnet, blackbird, song thrush, great tit, blue tit, long-tailed tit, cole tit, sparrowhawk, jackdaw, collared dove, jay, green and great spotted woodpeckers as well as the less welcome carrion crow, magpie, gulls and wood pigeons. Buzzards, Peregrine and Raven fly overhead.   2022 visited by 3 mallard.

Butterflies   - see ref.   https://www.avonwildlifetrust.org.uk/wildlife-explorer/invertebrates/butterflies

29/7/21 

Comma,  3>10

Gatekeeper,

Meadow Brown,

Painted Lady,

Peacock,

Red Admiral,

Small Tortoiseshell,

Brimstone (m),

Speckled wood, 18/8/22

Holly Blue

Small White

Large White

Orange Tip

Moths    see ref - https://www.avonwildlifetrust.org.uk/wildlife-explorer/invertebrates/moths

Mint Moth -   8/8/22

Jersey Tiger - 8/22

Insects incl Bugs

 

 

 

Trees

Oak

Ash

Hazel

Hawthorn

 

 

 

 

Flower/Plants/Weeds

Fat Hen - Chenopodium album

Dandelion

Daisy