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RE: Wildlife


Minsmere RSPB Reserve

I can spend hours here in the hides looking out at The Scrape, The Levels up in the Tree Canopy or Bittern Hide or just walking on the seashore, we have to be so lucky to have this in our county. On the numerous visits I have made to here I have never been disappointed.

You can sometimes see and here the very rare Bittern, watch Marsh Harriers either soaring or finding their prey, the Avocets with their upturned bills and graceful lines and among these beds The Bearded Tit family plus so much more



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Agapantha.jpgLily Beetle.jpgCardinal Beetle.jpgLesser Stag Beetle.jpg

A few more beasties for you.

No.1 Agapanthia Villosoviridescens, a quite rare beetle in Britian.
No.2 Lily Beetle, quite a pest
No.3 Cardinal beetle, very fond of eating each other when food is short.
No.4 Lesser Stag Beetle.



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Some more wild things for you, wildflowers this time.

No.1 A field of Poppies on the way down to Levington Marina.
No.2 A lonely Cornflower at Levington
No.3 The common Bird Cherry.
No.4 Black Bryony.
No.5 Brooklime
No.6 Hawks Bit or as some people call it Fox & Cubs.

Field of poppies Levington_edited.jpgCornflower at Levington.jpgBird Cherry.jpgBlack Bryony.jpgBrooklime.jpgHawks Bit 2.jpg



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Back with the creepy crawlies

No.1 C0ckchafers showing an interest in each other. They are also known as the June Bug.
No.2 It worked, C0ckchafers mating.
No.3 Deraeocoris Ruber
No.4 Leptura Rubra (Female)
No.5 Leptura Rubra (Male)
No.6 Sexton Beetle

Sexton Beetle.jpgLeptura Rubra (Male).jpgLeptura Rubra (Female).jpgDeraeocoris Ruber.jpg****chafers mating 2.jpg****chafers mating.jpg



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Theres bugs galore in Suffolk.

No.1 Brown Bush Cricket
No.2 Cricket
No.3 Hawthorn Shield Bug
No.4 Shield Bug
No.5 Squash Bug
No.6 Pair of Froghoppers

Brown Bush Cricket.jpgCricket.jpgHawthorn Shield Bug.jpgShield Bug.jpgSquash Bug.jpgPair of Froghoppers.jpg



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