Durlston Ranger

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Contributor's Name Durlston Ranger
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Durlston is a 280 acre countryside paradise, owned and managed by Dorset County Council for conservation and public enjoyment

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Twitter Screen Name DurlstonCP
Location Durlston Country Park
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Following 75
Tweet Count 2461
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Species Scientific Name Interest Level Records
Vipera berus
4
2
Lysandra bellargus
4
1
Timarcha tenebricosa
3
1
Tursiops truncatus
4
3
Polyommatus icarus
1
1
Dactylorhiza fuchsii
3
1
Neottia ovata
4
1
Primula veris
2
1
Cuculus canorus
3
1
Sylvia undata
4
1
Gentianella anglica
5
1
Orchis mascula
3
1
Deilephila elpenor
3
1
Morus bassanus
3
2
Pyronia tithonus
1
1
Lampyris noctiluca
3
2
Callophrys rubi
2
1
Uria aalge
3
5
Crataegus monogyna
1
1
Vespa crabo
4
1
Melanargia galathea
2
1
Maniola jurtina
1
1
Falco peregrinus
2
2
Fratercula arctica
4
2
Alca torda
3
2
Anthus petrosus
3
1
Capreolus capreolus
1
1
Alauda arvensis
2
1
Cupido minimus
4
1
Lycaena phlaeas
1
1
Deilephila porcellus
2
1
Dactylorhiza praetermissa
3
1
Accipiter nisus
2
1
Apus apus
2
1
Certhia familiaris
2
1
Oenanthe oenanthe
3
1
Emberiza citrinella
2
1

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The original tweets from which these records have been derived:

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Tue, 25/07/2017 - 12:02 Another succesful bird ringing study this morning - the highlight a female Dartford Warbler in breeding condition 0 No
Mon, 24/07/2017 - 09:56 Not the best morning for butterflies but still Meadow Brown, Marbled White and Gatekeeper around in the damp... https://t.co/TNJIyFBoJG 0 No
Sat, 08/07/2017 - 11:14 Saturday : still 6 Guillemot chicks on the lower ledge and 2 on the top one as seen in Ben's video below 0 No
Sat, 01/07/2017 - 17:49 Worth looking out for glow-worms at Durlston at the moment - still, warm night are best - we spotted quite a few... https://t.co/luGd4v1JIR 0 No
Sat, 01/07/2017 - 09:46 Last night's seabird boat trip was a great finale to the season, with 9 Puffins, young Gannets, Razorbills,... https://t.co/i9ODqPsl6N 0 No
Thu, 22/06/2017 - 11:07 A great haul in last night's moth trap, including both Elephant and Small Elephant Hawk Moths https://t.co/vag9YKgJY4 0 No
Mon, 19/06/2017 - 21:44 Ben the Ranger - At the weekend I spotted 3 female Glow... | Facebook https://t.co/5FASgYu018 0 No
Thu, 15/06/2017 - 15:43 We had a single Bottlenosed Dolphin spending several hours around a fishing pot marker on 9,11 & 12 June off... https://t.co/dOcGPFtJnb 0 No
Sun, 11/06/2017 - 09:40 The strange larvae of Bloody-nose Beetles can be found among the grassy paths in the meadows and downs, looking a... https://t.co/OPb3nLza8Y 0 No
Thu, 08/06/2017 - 08:43

The first Durlston Green Hairstreak, spotted by one of the rangers, in a long while! https://t.co/VPfeG58qu3

1 month 2 weeks ago 1 No
Wed, 07/06/2017 - 09:45 Down in Durlston Bay, a Sparrowhawk skims along before taking a perch near the top of a Cypress, with a... https://t.co/qYRiYR7Dam 1 month 2 weeks ago 1 No
Fri, 02/06/2017 - 14:54 Wildlife everywhere at Durlston! Ali made a new friend in the Ranger's kitchen (female adult Hornet) - safely released! 0 No
Mon, 29/05/2017 - 09:26 Some wonderful displays of Common Spotted Orchid to be found, with a single 'swarm' in South Field numbering well... https://t.co/cWKH38v4df 1 month 4 weeks ago 1 No
Wed, 24/05/2017 - 10:44 Fantastic morning with Small Blue, Adonis Blue and Common Blue all seen while I looking across towards the beautiful calm sea. 0 No
Fri, 19/05/2017 - 11:59 A couple of Razorbills showing well yesterday. Just had reports of a couple of Puffins seen today. Do please... https://t.co/mTUZk6yZgc 0 No
Tue, 16/05/2017 - 16:16 Images from our recent Wildflower walk. Southern Marsh Orchids, Twayblades and Early Gentian now in flower. Why... https://t.co/AggY8pRE3j 0 No
Sun, 14/05/2017 - 12:57 A pod of 10-12 Bottlenose Dolphins has just been sighted feeding in Durlston Bay. A truly beautiful sight. 2 months 1 week ago 3 No
Sun, 14/05/2017 - 11:28 A fresh morning, with a pleasant westerly breeze and plenty of sunshine. The wonderful sweet smell of Hawthorn... https://t.co/cpy6qpSoYc 0 No
Sat, 13/05/2017 - 18:35 A beautiful day today - 4 species of orchid in bloom, up to 12 Bottlenose Dolphins passing by and a brilliant... https://t.co/YxOswosMrt 0 No
Fri, 05/05/2017 - 09:45 Swifts this morning zooming over Durlston, a fantastic sight, as they return form their long trip to Africa for the winter. 0 No
Tue, 02/05/2017 - 09:31 Skylarks singing loudly across the National Nature Reserve, a wonderful sound. 0 No
Thu, 27/04/2017 - 09:54 A real treat this morning - my first Cuckoo of the year heard in the woods along Solent Road - a real treat for... https://t.co/oEikRaYGbK 3 months 18 hours ago 1 No
Wed, 26/04/2017 - 09:26 The first Guillemot eggs have been laid on the lower ledge. 0 No
Thu, 20/04/2017 - 09:50 A Small Copper - one of the first here this year https://t.co/Xgne7Dietc 3 months 1 week ago 1 No

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