Spotted by Volunteer Camilla. First logged 13/05/20 Galium Aparine, common names – Goosegrass, sticky weed, cleavers Family Rubiaceae Status Common Ten Acres Habitation Found at the entrance to Bewedly Road and along the river meadow edges on both sides of the river.

Spotted by Volunteer Camilla. First logged 29/06/20 Chamerion Angustifolium, common names – Rosebay Willowherb, Fireweed Family Onagraceae Status Common Ten Acres Habitation Along the river rea banks. Sighting include up beyond hazelwell and further down past ten acres. Very common all along the river rea.

Spotted by Volunteer annamaseko. First logged 26/08/2020 Staphylinus Olens, Common Names – Devil Coach Horse Conservation status – Common Category – Beetle Find out more on the Wildlife Trusts website. Habitat Commonly found in grassland, farmland, gardens and woodland. More Details The Devil’s coach horse is an all-black, medium-sized beetle, […]

Spotted by Volunteer Camilla. First logged 30/06/20 Lapsana Communis, common name Nipplewort Family Asteraceae Status Common Ten Acres Habitation Along the meadow/hedge edges on the park side of the river rea. Predominantly in the upper quarter nearer the flood reservoir.

Spotted by Volunteer annamaseko. First logged 25/07/20.Earliest Submitted record by Volunteer Annabel (Before 2020 project began) Tyria Jacobaeae, common name Cinnabar Status Widespread throughout Britain and Ireland, commonly found in gardens. Size and Family Family: Tigers, Ermines, Footmen and allies (Arctiids) Size: Medium Wing Span Range (male to female): 34-46mm […]

Spotted by Volunteer Camilla. First logged 05/10/20 Harmonia Axyridis, Common Names – Harlequin Ladybird Conservation status – Non-Native Pest Species Category – Beetle Find out more on the Wildlife Trust website. Habitat Commonly found in parks and gardens. More Details The Harlequin Ladybird out competes our native ladybirds for food […]

Spotted by Volunteer Annamaseko (Logged 05/10/20)Earliest Submitted record by Volunteer Annabel (Before 2020 project began) Magpie Information can be found here on the RSPB website. With its noisy chattering, black-and-white plumage and long tail, there is nothing else quite like the magpie in the UK. When seen close-up its black […]

Spotted by Volunteer Annamaseko (Logged 05/10/20)Earliest Submitted record by Volunteer Annabel (Before 2020 project began) Carrion Crow Information can be found here on the RSPB website. The all-black carrion crow is one of the cleverest, most adaptable of our birds. It is often quite fearless, although it can be wary […]