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24 May 2022

Moseley Green and Brandricks Green Wildlife Survey

Grid Ref SO 644 138

 

The team met at Mallards Pike lake and split into two - one team went to Moseley Green and the other team went to Brandwicks Green.

This is a profuse cone flowering on a Scots Pine

 

 

The Common Blue butterfly ( now in decline) is showing its blue upper wing colour this time.


 

We think this is a skeleton of a frog.


 

Survey at Moseley Green

Common Blue 7
Green Veined White 2
Silver Ground Carpet 1
Mint Moth 1
Brown Silverline 12
Bactra Lanealis 1
Cydia Ulicetana 1
Cranefly 1
Crambus Lathoniellus 2
Silver Y 2
Common Carpet 1
Green Carpet 1
Mother Shipton 1
Southern Hawker
Four Spotted Chaser
Frog
Tree Pipit
Nibbled Violet
Toad
Slow Worm

 

Survey at Brandricks Green

Common Blue 7
Speckled Wood 1
White Tailed Bumblebee 1
Wood White 2
Green Veined White 2
Hornet 1
Brown Silverline 2
Grass Moth 2
Orange Tip 1
Speckled Yellow Moth 1
Grizzled Skipper 1
Clouded Border 1
Nemophora Degeerella 1

Birds

Mandarin
Mallard
Chaffinch
Goldcrest
Blackbird
Willow Warbler
Wren
Song Thrush
Swallow
House Martin
Great Tit
Buzzard
Jay
Wood Pigeon
Gold Finch
Carrion Crow
Blue Tit
Crossbill
Robin

 

Plants

Garlic Mustard
Marsh Thistle
Bluebells
Greater & Lesser Stitchwort
Buttercup
Speedwell
Wood Spurge
Herb Robert
Ramson
Pendulous Sedge
Ground Ivy
Mint
Common Vetch
Cuckoo Flower
Tormentil
Herb Bennett
Gorse
Strawberry
Foxglove
Black Medic
Dandelion
Mares Tail
Red Clover
Sorrel
Heath Bedstraw
Hawksbit
Milkwort
Birdsfoot Trefoil
Nettle
Bugle
Celandine
Field Forget-me-not
Narrow Leaf Plantain
Pignut
Soft Rush
Yellow Pimpernel
Creeping Jenny
Silver Weed
Rapeseed
Rowan (in flower)
Willow (in flower)