Author: Bryan Yorke

20th May 2020 – Snippets of Wealth

20th May 2020 – Epipactis etc atrorubens (my first of the year) whilst on approach and next to JuniperPhoto: 20th May 2020Nos 33b and 33c Atrorubens – bicolorPhoto: 20th May 2020 Hutton Roof This one I do remember it being a small (small in 2…

Snippets of Wealth "Diaries" (from 7th April 2020 onwards)

“snippets of wealth”diaries….(see below)IF YOU WANT UP TO DATE 2020 SPRING VISIBLE MIGRATION RECORDS PLEASE     CLICK HEREPrimula vulgaris and Primula veris (Primrose and Cowslip)Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) and Chiffch…

Willow Warbler (Phlloscopus trochilus and Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)

Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) and Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)Snippets of Wealth from 9th April 2020 toNorthern Greenland Wheatear (Oenanthe o. leucorrhoa)Rb Fotoman Close Up photosFieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds almost …

Snippets of Wealth (from 9th April 2020) and on

Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) and Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)Snippets of Wealth from 9th April 2020 toNorthern Greenland Wheatear (Oenanthe o. leucorrhoa)Rb Fotoman Close Up photosFieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds almost …

Northern Greenland Wheatear – (Oenanthe Oenanthe Leucorrhoa) in and around Burton In Kendal.

IF YOU WANT UP TO DATE 2020 SPRING VISIBLE MIGRATION RECORDS PLEASE CLICK HEREFieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds almost non existent Sth Cumbria2020 Visible Spring Bird Migration Counts at Burton In Kendal Dryopteris sub-montana (Rigid…

Rb Fotoman’s special plumage close-up photos

IF YOU WANT UP TO DATE 2020 SPRING VISIBLE MIGRATION RECORDS PLEASE CLICK HEREFieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds almost non existent Sth Cumbria2020 Visible Spring Bird Migration Counts at Burton In Kendal Dryopteris sub-montana (Rigid…

Fieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds have been almost non existent in this part of South Cumbria

Photo: FieldfareThanks to Richard Young (Merseyside)Some other recent Blogs with quick links:- Fieldfare numbers of Wintering Birds almost non existent Sth Cumbria2020 Visible Spring Bird Migration Counts at Burton In Kendal Dryopteris sub-mo…

SPRING BIRD MIGRATION – OCCASIONAL OBSERVATIONS – BURTON IN KENDAL – CUMBRIA

Saturday 14th March 2020 – Taylors Fields, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. 0630-0830hrsSome other recent Blogs with quick links:-  Dryopteris sub-montana (Rigid Buckler Fern) on Hutton Roof, Cumbria Polygonatum odoratum (Angular Solo…

Burton News (Village newsletter) – March 2020 – Nature Notes

Some recent Blogs with quick links:-  Dryopteris sub-montana (Rigid Buckler Fern) on Hutton Roof, Cumbria Polygonatum odoratum (Angular Solomons Seal) on Hutton Roof, Cumbria.StarlingsA Beech Mast YearChaffinch – large num…

Diary Post – Snippets Friday March 6th 2020 –

Friday March 6th 2020 -FernsFirst scollie (Harts Tongue) croziers of the year in Dalton Crags this morning.BirdsLarge numbers of Chaffinch feeding up in Dalton Crags, also a pair of Stonechats (regulars) on breeding territory in the Crags, 2 Meadow Pip…