Day 13 – 30 Days Wild

I’m going to let the video (below) speak for itself 🙂

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Day 8 – 30 Days Wild

Today I tried to get better footage of the House Sparrows sand-bathing, but had technical issues with my camera & not quite getting the right angle.

So I decided to watch some live webcams online & settled on the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project website! 😍 🦇

Maybe I will try again tomorrow with the House Sparrows 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Day 1 – 30 Days Wild

It’s that time of year again! To do something nature related & connect with the natural world every day in June, a “Random Act of Wildness” – as suggested by The Wildlife Trusts.

This morning I got up at 4pm to listen to the Dawn Chorus 💚 🐦 🎶 (Then went back to sleep 😆).

Yesterday I saw a lovely species of Moth in the Garden, for the first time, so I have included a video of that video too! 😀 🦋

In the early evening I went for a lovely walk with my Mom, around the Waseley Hills Country Park 🏞️ ❤️

You can make out the Malvern Hills AONB in the distance 😍

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Day 17 – 30 Days Wild

(I’m using my phone to do this blog entry)  I was at work early today and had to do a couple errands when I finished, then it rained continuously.  I had already danced in the rain.  

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  So I was left trying decide what to do, sat in my parents kitchen, when my Dad said he had came across another interesting insect at work…  

 

What is it? It looks like a Beetle-Cricket-Hybrid, haha! …Is it just a Cricket?
 
 
Its’ top/back half.

My Dad has came across various creepy crawlies at work, some living and some dead.  The Cricket thing is the second specimen he has came home with, below is the first.  

 

A Small Elephant Hawk-moth! 🙂
 
 
I love its’ patterning/colours. There is always perfection in nature.
 
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