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Gnashers

Some higher than normal tides during the middle of the month gave the opportunity for some great photography out in Blakeney Harbour. The Grey Seals are beginning to gather for the winter pupping season and the tides push them onto concentrated herds on low sandbanks. 40 more words

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Egg seller

Watching a female Southern Hawker alight on a damp log the other week I was surprised to see her start laying within the clefts of the bark.

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Mite be a Keeled

While out on a walk with others last month we saw a female Keeled Skimmer alight on nearby vegetation. I fired off a few shots. 54 more words

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To see a Sika

A couple of weeks ago we stumbled across this young fellow. The spotted pelage coupled with the non-palmate antlers, the dark dorsal strips,  the white brow and pale gland patches on the hocks as well as the pale rear end with no dividing dark tail all help to distinguish the Sika Deer from Red, Fallow and Roe. 29 more words

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Brilliant just brilliant

Identified from Downy Emeralds by their yellow frons (nose) we saw several Brilliant Emeralds hawking around a small secluded stream in a deep heathland valley the other week. 90 more words

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The eye of odenata

Boggle eyed or what? – Blue tailed Damselfly. Nature has invented the eye independently several times. Marvellous pieces of engineering evolved over millennia. I often wonder what I would see, if I could see what they see.

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