My Nature

My Hi 5 from Durlston: The dandelion-like flowers of bristly oxtongue

Saturday, 20 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Durlston: The sliver Y - one of our more common immigrant moths

Saturday, 20 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Durlston: The seed pods confirm this as black mustard

Saturday, 20 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Durlston: A single pale flax still in flower

Saturday, 20 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Durlston: The fantastic seed heads of travellers joy

Saturday, 20 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Arne: Porcelain fungus on dead beech

Thursday, 18 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Arne: The common autumn cranefly Tipula paludosa

Thursday, 18 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Arne: The somewhat distinctive stinkhorn

Thursday, 18 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Arne: The ultimate magic mushroom Fly agaric

Thursday, 18 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Arne: The Birch knight fungus looking more like a pork pie

Thursday, 18 October, 2018

My Hi 5 from Holton Lee: How does a little egret keep so clean despite spending all day in the mud?

Sunday, 30 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Holton Lee: Cross-leaved heath still in flower

Sunday, 30 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Holton Lee: Until today I did not know that the common wasp does sometimes nest underground

Sunday, 30 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Holton Lee: The polypody fern grows on the branches of oak trees

Sunday, 30 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Holton Lee: The easy way to photograph the coal tit

Sunday, 30 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Ringstead: A rather confident house sparrow

Friday, 28 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Ringstead: The unwelcome newcomer, the harlequin ladybird

Friday, 28 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Ringstead: strings of white bryony berries in the hedgerow

Friday, 28 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Ringstead: How did this garden snail get here and why?

Friday, 28 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Ringstead: lots of ivy bees here too

Friday, 28 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Portland Bill: I had never noticed pellitory of the wall by the rocks before, how many times must I have missed it?

Thursday, 27 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Portland Bill: The rock samphire has now gone to seed

Thursday, 27 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Portland Bill: Some thrift with blooms hanging on well beyond their peak flowering time of June

Thursday, 27 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Portland Bill: The berries of stinking iris are almost as lovely as the flowers that precede them.

Thursday, 27 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Portland Bill: I can never pass greater knapweed by without taking a snap

Thursday, 27 September, 2018

Hoverfly Sericomyia silentis enjoying the ivy flowers today at Middlebere farm

Monday, 24 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Longham Lakes: This is probably Helophilus pendulus but there is something not quite right about the lower abdomen markings.

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Longham Lakes: Quite a lot of oxeye daisy still in flower and popular with insects too

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Longham Lakes: Surprised to find a meadow brown still active

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Longham Lakes: The scarce small teasel is quite well established here

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Longham Lakes: Leaf beetle Chrysolina banksii now quite common on the south coast

Thursday, 13 September, 2018

My Hi 5 from Swineham: The tiny flowers of lesser sea spurrey

Wednesday, 12 September, 2018

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