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To find out what wildlife there is to see each month, take a look at Chris Chappell's blog- Somerset Wildlife Trust volunteer and wildlife expert! 

 


Chris's Blog

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Mallard ducklings 180Make an early start, advises Chris Chappell, for best wildlife experiences.

Dotted Bee-flyHares, hobbies and herons (and this dotted bee-fly) are out there for your delight, says Chris Chappell.

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RookFrom bats to blackthorn, it's all happening out there, says Chris Chappell

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glossy ibis 2Early bulbs poke their shoots through the leaf litter, the days lengthen, as we begin our escape from the dark days of winter, says Chris Chappell

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Robin 180In your photos, check for the peregrine among the ducks, says Chris Chappell

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Starling 180Shovelers grunts and peewits mews are worth listening for say Chris Chappell.

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Juvenile Heron 180Wagtails come in several colours but here Chris Chappell concentrates on three for you to track down.

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Wasp 180As blooms fade, take a look at the flowering ivy attracting insects and birds, says Chris Chappell.

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TeaselsChris Chappell advises you to drop in to Catcott to see the new developments.

Garden Spider 180Chris Chappell advises you to look out for passing migrants and scruffy moulters this month.

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