Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Sunday 15th June 2008

A rare daytime walk through Barming woods was greeted by numerous Chiffchaffs and Willow Warblers calling, a single Tree Pipit was heard, but not seen, in a clearing near North Pole Road. A trespass through into the overgrown quarry on the south side of the quarry revealed large numbers of Common Twayblade, and good numbers of Common Blue and Meadow Brown in the grassland on the wood edge.

There also seem to be larger numbers of White-legged Damselflies than I've seen in previous years on the banks of the River Medway between Barming and Teston.

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