Thursday, August 01, 2019

Hornet Clearwing Moth

Here is a picture of a Hornet Clearwing moth found and photographed by Jon Bishop while clearing a fallen White Poplar on Monday 29th July.


Sunday, July 07, 2019

Update from Dave K

"A Great White Egret flew in at 0658 and landed on the south side of the island after being harassed by half a dozen LBB Gulls. 

It has been fairly quiet at Priory during the last week but we have had Black-headed Gulls and Common Terns producing young on the island; Tony P had a Green Sandpiper on the 2nd. A Nuthatch and a Coal Tit were examples of birds which have been seen as a result of post-breeding dispersal (otherwise rare at Priory). Two Little Egrets on the 3rd; Cuckoo on the 4th, Shoveler on the 5th; two family parties of Green Woodpeckers on the 5th, Common Sandpiper, Oystercatcher and Jays on the 6th, 31 Long-tailed Tits today."

Dave K. 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Bat Walk 08/08/2019 - **** FULLY BOOKED ****


The bat walk on August 8th at Priory CP this year. It is essential to book as places are limited. Please follow the link below for further details:

Priory CP 2019 Bat Walks poster