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These are species recorded on this site; obviously it is not complete but it is intended to give a guide as to what may be seen during a visit. The time of year you visit will affect what you see of course and more mobile species (birds and mammals for example) may have been there when I visited but that does not mean they will necessarily be there if you do! Click on any thumbnail photo to find out more about a particular species.

7-spot Ladybird
01/06/2007
Annual Meadow-grass
08/10/2013
Autumn Hawkbit
08/10/2013
Bearded Tit
Bittern
Bittersweet
08/10/2013
Black Headed Gull
08/10/2013
Black Medick
08/10/2013
Black Nightshade
08/10/2013
Black-tailed Godwit
31/03/2011
Blackbird
08/10/2013
Blackthorn
08/10/2013
Bramble
08/10/2013
Bristly Oxtongue
08/10/2013
Broad-leaved Dock
08/10/2013
Brown-lipped Banded Snail
08/10/2013
Buff-tailed Bumble-bee
08/10/2013
Bulrush
08/10/2013
Bush Vetch
01/06/2007
Butterfly Bush
08/10/2013
Canada Goose
08/10/2013
Carrion Crow
08/10/2013
Cettis Warbler
08/10/2013
Charlock
08/10/2013
Cleavers
01/06/2007
Clouded Yellow
08/10/2013
Cocks-foot
08/10/2013
Colts-foot
31/03/2011
Comma
15/09/2006
Common Carder Bee
08/10/2013
Common Comfrey
08/10/2013
Common Cord-grass
Common Cross Spider
08/10/2013
Common Darter
08/10/2013
Common Fleabane
08/10/2013
Common Knapweed
08/10/2013
Common Mallow
08/10/2013
Common Mouse-ear
08/10/2013
Common Nettle
08/10/2013
Common Reed
08/10/2013
Common Reedmace
08/10/2013
Common Sow-thistle
08/10/2013
Common Tern
Common Wasp
08/10/2013
Coot
08/10/2013
Cormorant
08/10/2013
Cow Parsley
08/10/2013
Crack Willow
08/10/2013
Crane Fly (T paludosa)
08/10/2013
Creeping Bent
Creeping Buttercup
08/10/2013
Creeping Cinquefoil
01/06/2007
Creeping Thistle
08/10/2013
Curled Dock
08/10/2013
Cut-leaved Cranesbill
01/06/2007
Daisy
08/10/2013
Dandelion
08/10/2013
Dog Rose
08/10/2013
Doves-foot Cranesbill
08/10/2013
Dunlin
08/10/2013
Dunnock
08/10/2013
Elder
08/10/2013
Field Bindweed
08/10/2013
Field Pepperwort
08/10/2013
Gadwall
08/10/2013
Germander Speedwell
08/10/2013
Giant Horsetail
08/10/2013
Gorse
08/10/2013
Grasshopper Warbler
Great Willowherb
08/10/2013
Greater Birdsfoot Trefoil
08/10/2013
Greater Plantain
08/10/2013
Grey Heron
08/10/2013
Ground Ivy
31/03/2011
Groundsel
08/10/2013
Hairy Bitter-cress
08/10/2013
Hawthorn
08/10/2013
Hedge Bindweed
08/10/2013
Hedge Woundwort
01/06/2007
Hemlock Water-dropwort
01/06/2007
Hemp-agrimony
08/10/2013
Herb-Robert
08/10/2013
Herring Gull
08/10/2013
Hogweed
08/10/2013
Honey Bee
08/10/2013
Honeysuckle
08/10/2013
House Sparrow
08/10/2013
Hoverfly (E balteatus)
08/10/2013
Hoverfly (E pertinax)
08/10/2013
Hoverfly (E tenax)
08/10/2013
Hoverfly (H pendulus)
08/10/2013
Hoverfly (S species)
08/10/2013
Ivy
08/10/2013
Ivy Bee
08/10/2013
Japanese Knotweed
08/10/2013
Kestrel
08/10/2013

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