The blue skies and warm weather have seen the appearance of two more species of spring wildlife. Stephen Watson sent in this sighting"Yesterday and today we found a large number of what we believe to be male Green Longhorn moths along the woodland edge at Landport Bottom, clustering in one
Neil FletcherInterpretation Officer starling / Neil FletcherStarlings that may be seen over Brighton Pier and other places, these birds have declined dramatically as a breeding bird in the UK. Chicks are not making it through
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Here's Charlie over at FirleBirds blogging on some recent bird highlights on his local patchhttp://firlebirds.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/some-things-beginning-with-gr/Charlie describes his attempt at capturing that incredible reeling call as the 'sketchiest ever recording of a grasshopper warbler'. If you wanted to hear a better one try thishttp://www.xeno-canto.org/125852