Too Lazy To Weed

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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Sat May 26, 2018 3:45 pm

Spent a lovely relaxing day a couple of weeks ago at a hide in rural Worcestershire looking out over a reed bed. Lots of photos as usual on latest blog post: https://toolazytoweed.uk/…/26/buntings-warblers-and-fishers/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Wed May 30, 2018 3:41 pm

This month I caught the 300th species of moth for our garden here in Malvern. It seemed a good excuse to review some of my favourite moths so far. Lots of mothy photos on latest blog:https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/05/30/300-moths-and-counting/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:18 pm

Recent mini break to the beautiful Isle of Wight and delighted to see red squirrels plus lots of other species we'd never seen before. Lots of photos on latest blog post: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/06/05/isl ... ed-by-fog/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Sun Jun 10, 2018 10:33 am

A fantastic end to our weekend in Isle of Wight and added 2 new butterflies to our list of sighting - Glanville Fritillary and Adonis Blue. Lots of photos on latest blog: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/06/10/isl ... s-at-last/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Mon Jun 18, 2018 5:42 pm

Mini frogs, ovipositing damselflies, signalling semaphore flies, slow worms and currant moths - all on latest blog from our Malvern allotment: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/06/18/a-l ... allotment/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:20 pm

We had a fantastic Sunday morning courtesy of the West Midlands Branch of Butterfly Conservation organising a moth breakfast at Monkwood, followed by a butterfly walk. Lots of photos on latest blog: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/06/25/mot ... ly-brunch/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Mon Jul 02, 2018 8:51 pm

We had a boiling hot trip to Whixall Moss on the English/Welsh border on Sunday. It was all worth it though to spot our 46th species of butterfly - the Large Heath. All on latest blog: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/07/02/the ... fly-no-46/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:48 am

A bit of a round up of our butterfly sightings over the last month or so, including our 47th species of butterfly - the Clouded Yellow. Lots of photos on latest blog: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/08/07/clo ... fly-count/
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Re: Too Lazy To Weed

Postby toolazytoweed » Sat Sep 08, 2018 3:03 pm

Latest blog post on all things hedgehoggy. Lots of tips for things to do in the garden to help our hoggy friends: https://toolazytoweed.uk/2018/09/08/for ... e-of-hogs/
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