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MAY 2022
 

SEEN

WHERE

4th - Puss Moth   Click for photo    Killinghurst Lane garden
6th -  Orange-tip male and Comma butterflies       Plaistow  garden
7th -  Green-veined White butterfly Plaistow  garden
7th -  Very large female pipistrelle bat of indeterminate species taken into care with serious cat injuries Loxhill
9th -  Wood White butterflies, several spring brood     Chiddingfold Forest
11th – Fox cub (one of three) foraging alone   Click for video Petworth Road garden
12th – Fine Sulphur Polypore Laetiporus sulphurous   Click for photo Petworth Road
12th – Poplar Hawk Click for photo  and Green Silver-lines Click for photo  moths, and some eggs laid in the moth trap (probably from Pale Tussock moth) Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
14th - Swifts, 7 Wey Hill, Haslemere
14th – Much bat activity overnight – Common and Soprano Pipistrelles, Brown long-eared, Noctule, Serotine, Western Barbastelle and unidentified Myotis species Petworth Road garden
17th – Scorpionfly Panorpa communis   Click for photo Petworth Road garden
22nd - Greater Horseshoe bats beginning to return to maternity roost Between Midhurst and Petworth


APRIL 2022

SEEN

WHERE

9th – Long-eared bat, probably Plecotus auritus, sheltering in National Trust bat barn after a cold night   Chase Fields
10th - Coltsfoot growing in a large patch on disturbed gravel   Click for photo    Headley Down
13th - Nightingale heard    Tugley Wood, Chiddingfold Forest
14th – Common and Soprano Pipistrelles and Daubenton’s bats River Wey, Tilford
15th – Holly Blue, Speckled Wood, Orange Tip and Peacock butterflies. Also a Goldfinch landing on the ground. Chiddingfold garden
15th – Cuckoo Woolmer Pond
15th – Common and Soprano Pipistrelles, Daubenton’s, Brown long-eared, Serotine and Western Barbastelle bats Petworth Road garden
17th – Cuckoo Black Down
20th - Holly Blue and male Orange-tip butterflies    Plaistow garden
20th - Dead Stoat found in garden   Click for photo    Van Common (Fernhurst)
20th - Natterjack Toads, juvenile and spawn strings    Woolmer MOD  
21st – Emperor moth, male   Click for photo Thursley
22nd - Comma butterfly fluttering near loganberry leaves Chiddingfold garden
23rd - Stitchwort scrambling up a wire fenceand also in adjacent woodland Chiddingfold garden
29th – Tiny Red Fox cub playing with mother   Petworth Road garden

 

MARCH 2022
 

SEEN

WHERE

10th -  Brimstone butterfly, male   Near Haslemere
11th - Chiffchaff singing Mare Hill, Witley
14th - Peacock butterfly Headley garden
15th - Male Brimstone butterfly Headley garden
16th – Common pipistrelle bat found grounded in pouring rain. Released after a few days of intensive care. Milford
17th – Population of Cellar Spiders Pholcus phalangiodes apparently wiped out by entomopathogenic fungus, probably Torrubiella pulvinata     Click for photo Petworth Road woodshed
23rd -  Brimstone and Peacock butterflies active in the sunshine Chiddingfold garden
23rd -  Greater Horseshoe bat returning to regular roost Between Petworth and Midhurst
24th - Peacock butterfly fluttering over grass and briefly basking on paving slabs, then chased off an approaching bumblebee, following it for a good few seconds' distance Brook Cricket Green
Late in month - Dog violets, native Primroses, Forget me nots, Mahonia, Lesser Celandine, Wood Anenome in flower     Chiddingfold garden

 

FEBRUARY 2022
 

SEEN

WHERE

5th - Roe buck with fine antlers in velvet  Click for photo Camelsdale garden
6th – Badger seizing worms from grass  Click for video Petworth Road garden
9th - Extensive carpet of mauve crocuses visited by bumblebees and wild bees  Click for photo Chiddingfold St Mary's churchyard
21st – 5 Natterer’s bats Myotis nattereri, 2 small woodland Myotis and a single long-eared bat Plecotus sp. hibernating in underground site. Also good numbers of Herald moths. Midhurst
22nd - Buff tailed bumblebee Bombus terrestris on a daffodil  Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
23rd - Early Bumblebee Bombus pratorum   Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
28th - Peacock Butterfly West Bank of the Forked Pond, Thursley Common
28th - 2 x Red Admiral butterflies Thursley Common, east side woods

 

JANUARY 2022
 

SEEN

WHERE

Early in month - Several smooth newts returning to pond Farm near Milland
1st – Adder  Click for photo Petworth Park
1st – 6 Goosander - 3 male, 3 female, and a Little Egret Imbhams Farm pond
9th – Spirited fight between two Wood Pigeons beneath bird feeder, egged on by two squawking Magpies who then chased and pecked the loser  
12th – Queen wasp emerging prematurely from hibernation House in Petworth Road
12th – 3 male Goosander still present on pond Imbhams Farm
14th – 4 Goosander (1 male, 3 females) Frensham Great Pond
18th – 3 Natterer's bats, a Daubenton's, a small woodland Myotis, a long-eared and an unidentified Myotis hibernating in underground site Midhurst
18th – Brown long-eared bat found grounded. Died in care a few days later. Tilford
19th - Fox skull  Click for photo Brook Green
23rd – Heron perching unconcernedly in treetop whilst being mobbed by nest-building crows  Click for photo Petworth Road garden
27th – Pair of Reeve’s muntjac   Click for photo Petworth Road garden
28th - In moth trap: 8 moths, two species, Pale Brindled Beauty and Spring Ushers Click for photo. Also a solitary wasp Ancistrocerus nigricornis Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden


DECEMBER 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

1st – Large badger foraging on lawn during a mild night Petworth Road garden
2nd - Redwing Click for photo and jay Click for photo Shottermill garden
3rd - Leucistic goldfinch at birdfeeder  Click for photo Camelsdale garden
4th - Mosquito Culex pipiens emerging from hibernation during mild spell  Click for photo Petworth Road
8th - Several bunches of mistletoe on a leafless tree   Click for photo Woodland near Coxcombe Lane,  Chiddingfold
8th - Various fungi on an old oak stump   Click for photo Chiddingfold, St Mary’s churchyard
11th – Amazing display of fungi on a tree stump   Click for photo   Haslemere


NOVEMBER 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

1st – Large flocks of wood pigeon, 12+ crossbill, 50-ish linnet(?), goshawk toying with a crow, 4 cormorant, small numbers of redwing and fieldfare Black Down
2nd - Ring ouzel (1st winter) Click for photo, mistle thrush, fieldfare,redwing, blackbird, 20+ brambling, chaffinch, lesser redpoll, a few stonechat and Dartford warbler, 400-ish wood pigeon heading south Black Down
2nd - Cluster of fenugreek stalkball Phleogena faginea , a tiny basidiomycete fungus growing on tree bark   Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
13th – Ring-necked parakeet Psittacula krameri on birdfeeder    Click for photo     Chiddingfold garden
15th – Hibernating brown long-eared bat found beneath ridge tile during repair works. Taken into temporary care. (A second brought in on 17th, then both released)   Click for photo Woolmer Hill
21st - Male common darter Churt Common
23rd - Common darter Thursley Common
26th – Male blackcap   Headley garden


OCTOBER 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

1st – Juvenile jumping spider Marpissa muscosa    Click for photo Petworth Road
2nd - Clifden Nonpareil moth under eaves by outside light Garden at Plaistow
6th - Male hen harrier    Click for photo Thursley Common
8th - Merveille du Jour, and Green-brindled Crescent moths    Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
Mid-month – Unusual harvestman, one of two Dicranopalpus species   Click for photo   Grayshott
Mid-month – Clifden Nonpareil moth    Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
21st -  Red Admiral butterfly     Plaistow garden
24th - Red admiral butterfly on the wing Petworth Road garden
25th – Box tree moth Cydalima perspectalis     Click for photo Stedham
26th - Large nibbled fungus, possibly a Melanoleuca on lawn beneath a Yew and Holly    Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
26th – Goshawk swooping round oak and down into woodland Petworth Road garden
27th – Barred sallow moth Xanthia aurago    Click for photo Petworth Road garden
29th – Daubenton’s bat Myotis daubentonii brought in by cat – taken into care  Click for photo   (Released 13 November) Lower Street
End of month - Uncommon cypress carpet moth Thera cupressata Click for photo and December moth Poecilocampa populi Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden

 

SEPTEMBER 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

1st – Reeve’s muntjac     Click for photo     Petworth Road garden
4th – Grounded pipistrelle bat taken into care. Released 12 September. Hollycombe
5th – An amazing display of bats on a very warm evening – common and soprano pipistrelle, noctule, brown long-eared, Western barbastelle (first record for this site) and Daubenton’s Frensham Little Pond
6th – Hoverfly Volucella zonaria Click for photo stealthily approaching roof nest entrance of hornets Vespa crabro Click for photo Petworth Road
7th - Fine array of fungus beneath a large oak tree. Identified as the rare bioluminescent Omphalotus illudens.    Click for photo Phillips garage, Wormley
10th – Badger passing through garden Petworth Road
10th/11th – Spectacular displays by common and soprano pipistrelle and Daubenton’s bats during a bat walks. Other species seen or detected were brown long-eared (including a cluster roosting in a barn roof), a rare Alcathoe circling in another barn, a brief pass by a rare Western barbastelle, and a few noctule passes. Imbhams Farm
12th - Group of juvenile (1st year) wheatears Thursley nature reserve
16th - Black bryony    Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
16th - Snail, perhaps white-lipped Cepaea hortensis    Click for photo  
18th – Red admiral Click for photo and comma Click for photo butterflies attracted to moth lure rope   Killinghurst Lane garden
20th - Giant Equisetum, quite profuse this year in more areas of the garden  Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
30th - Garden spider web highlighted by sunlight    Click for photo Chiddingfold garden

 

AUGUST 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

3rd - Redstart Frensham Great Pond
3rd - Many gatekeepers Click for photo, meadow browns and small white butterflies flitting among the Verbena bonariensis, feverfew and wild marjoram. Bush cricket, possibly Metrioptera brachyptera Click for photo in overgrown chive and mint patch. Chiddingfold garden
3rd - Square stemmed St John's wort     Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
5th - Female white admiral butterfly Limenitis camilla   Click for photo Hindhead garden 
7th - Young sparrowhawk grooming itself on the summerhouse   Click for photo Courts Hill Road garden
9th – Juvenile blackcaps feasting on bramble berries   Click for photo Petworth Road garden
10th - Assasin bug Empicoris vagabundus   Click for photo Petworth Road garden
10th – Juvenile common pipistrelle bat found grounded Near Midhurst Road
11th – Juvenile soprano pipistrelle bat found trapped in house    Woolmer Hill
Mid-month – Wood white butterfly      Click for photo Farmland in Haslemere
Mid-month – Poplar hawk moths Click for photo, peach blossom moth Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
16th - Otter spraint, about 3 weeks old, consisting mainly of fish bones    Click for photo Hammer Bottom
18th - Glow-worm  Lawn in Plaistow garden
19th – Mouse spider Scotophaeus blackwalli on wall inside house    Click for photo Petworth Road
21st – Underweight juvenile brown long-eared bat found grounded      Click for photo Chithurst
23rd – Comma butterfly caterpillar     Click for photo Petworth Road
25th - Grass snake among slow worms in compost bin    Click for photo Camelsdale
25th - Underweight juvenile brown long-eared bat trapped in function room. Released 15 September. Lythe Hill Hotel
26th - At least three greater horseshoe bats emerging from derelict stables at dusk. Other bats passing overhead were brown long-eared, common and soprano pipistrelle, noctule and serotine Between Petworth and Midhurst
Late in month - Elephant hawk moth caterpillars on a hardy outside fuchsia    Lion Lane garden
27th – Spider Amaurobius similis in house     Click for photo Petworth Road
29th – Desperately underweight juvenile brown long-eared bat died shortly after being found grounded Wormley
29th – Large roebuck relaxing and grooming itself     Click for photo Petworth Road garden
29th – Gallant-soldier Galinsago parviflora in flower    Click for photo Near The Mill pub

 

JULY 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

3rd – Pair of young carrion crows attentively watching parent anting on lawn before trying it themselves Petworth Road garden
5th – Young roe deer left sleeping whilst mother forages elsewhere   Click for photo  Petworth Road garden
7th – Baby pipistrelle bat found grounded – taken into care    Elstead
10th/11th – Sawfly caterpillars Neurotoma saltuum   Click for photo Stedham
22nd - Swifts still flying over Haslemere. Also a hen blackbird feeding its chick Near Haslemere Town meadow on 22 July
23rd – Devil’s coach-horse Ocypus olens found on living room carpet   Click for photo Petworth Road
23rd - Dagger moth Acronicta sp. (probably grey dagger)    Click for photo Hindhead garden  
25th – Roe deer and calf browsing in shrubbery    Click for photo Petworth Road garden
20th/21st – Common pipistrelle bat in care gave birth overnight     Click for photo     Hascombe
24th/25th - White parakeet or parrot seen flying high and fast, white belly, coloured wings Over Hammer
26th - Painted lady, comma and peacock butterflies on Buddleia Plaistow garden
27th - Dark crimson underwing moth Catocala sponsa    Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden

 

JUNE 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

3rd – Several beautiful demoiselle Calopteryx virgo fluttering around shrubs    Click for photo Petworth Road garden
5th -  Male and female wood white butterflies spotted engaging in a courtship display.This is a first for Chiddingfold and proves there is a local colony.   Click for photo Chiddingfold St Mary's churchyard
7th -  Several Alcathoe, brown long-eared, common and soprano pipistrelle bats and a single serotine shortly after sunset Furnace Place
9th – Copper underwing caterpillars Amphipyra pyramidea on Cotoneaster  Click for photo Petworth Road garden
10th - Brown long-eared bat found dead on garden path  Click for photo Plaistow
12th – Jumping spider Salticus scenicus – the first seen here this year  Click for photo Petworth Road garden
12th - 2 bee orchids   Click for photo Woodland garden near Plaistow
12th – Roe deer accompanied by very young fawn   Click for video Petworth Road garden
14th - 2 churring male nightjars and 1 female. Also cuckoo calling Hindhead common, Gibbet side
14th - Palmate newts in garden pond    Click for photo   Hill Road
15th – Hornet apparently foraging for insects in house      Click for photo Petworth Road
15th - Small tortoiseshell butterfly Garden at Plaistow
15th - Meadow brown butterfly Woodland near Plaistow
16th - Dormouse, escaped before weighing; Barn Owl flying in daylight; 3 Wood Mice in separate dormouse boxes  Woodland near Haslemere
16th - 50 common spotted orchids again in flower, plus two more on a new site in the garden beyond a tall hedge.   Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
19th – Silver-studded blue butterfly Click for photo. Also a small hoverfly, probably a female Meliscaeva auricollis  Click for photo Bramshott Common
22nd - Female stag beetle on footpath Behind the Church Centre in Headley Village
23rd – Hoverfly Eristalis horticola resting between sessions hovering to defend territory  Click for photo Petworth Road garden
23rd - Marbled white butterflies, 2 Woodland near Plaistow
23rd – Male and female bullfinch foraging on plants in window box Chiddingfold garden
26th – Juvenile soprano pipistrelle bat found grounded with internal injuries – taken into care  Rushmoor
27th - Toad - a red spot on its 'sticky' looking head, and the left eye was red. Click for photo  Also a baby newt in the pond Pathfields Close garden
27th - Bee with big pollen baskets and a mint moth Pyrausta aurata  Click for photo Pathfields Close garden
28th – Marbled white butterflies on the wing   Click for photo    Killinghurst Lane meadow
29th - Hummingbird Hawkmoth on Red Valerian Garden at Plaistow


MAY 2021
 

SEEN

WHERE

2nd – Two juvenile siskins having bird feeder demonstrated by parent    Petworth Road garden
4th - Speckled wood butterfly in dappled sunshine and natural short grass edge of woodland Chiddingfold garden
7th - Pair of male and female orange tip butterflies fluttering together in dappled sunlight Chiddingfold St Mary's churchyard
7th - Stitchwort, violets and bugle in flower. Wood anemone going over now. Chiddingfold St Mary's churchyard
9th -  Blackcap in a tall mixed hedge Woodside Road, Chiddingfold
11th - Painted lady butterfly, 2, part of invasion seen in Sussex from 8th May        Woodland near Plaistow
12th - A pair of chaffinches Frensham Little Pond cafe
12th - Wood white butterfly, 2, first of the spring brood; 1 painted lady and 1 small copper Wood near Plaistow
13th - Roe deer buck confronting a fox in our garden     Click for photo Camelsdale
13th - St George's mushroom Calocybe gambosa      Click for photo Tower Road Hindhead
13th - Privet hawkmoth on the outside of  our wooden porch      Click for photo Milland
18th -  2 nightingales and several garden warblers and blackcaps Milford Common
20th -  Redstart, male        Plaistow garden
28th – Two great tits anting vigorously for several minutes at edge of lawn Petworth Road garden
28th – Bank vole nibbling off tiny nectar filled buds from Cotoneaster growing up house wall Petworth Road garden
29th – Six species of bat active overnight – common and soprano pipistrelle, brown long-eared, serotine, noctule and barbastelle calls detected over garden Petworth Road
30th - Poplar hawkmoth    Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
30th - Unidentified jewel wasp, of family Chrysididae, searching surface of brick wall in sunshine    Click for photo Petworth Road garden
31st - Turtle dove heard "purring"         Woodland near Plaistow

APRIL 2021

SEEN

WHERE

1st - Blackcap, male seen and heard singing, also chiffchaff singing                  Woodland near Plaistow
2nd - Spider Pisaura mirabilis on our paving   Click for photo Pathfields Close
2nd - House sparrows plentiful, and a heron perched on roof   Click for photo Pathfields Close
3rd - Orange tip butterfly nectaring on purple violets Killinghurst Lane garden
4th - Lady's smock Click for photo, bluebells, forget-me-nots, wood anemones Click for photo, lesser celandine, many native primroses Click for photo, ?dog violet, Viinca minor and major all in flower. Chiddingfold garden
4th - Holly blue and orange tip butterflies Chiddingfold garden
4th - Orange-tip butterfly, male      Plaistow garden
5th – Female Reeves’ muntjac foraging for fallen leaves   Click for video Petworth Road garden
5th - Impressive gorse Click for photo and stand of blackthorn Click for photo in blossom Behind Chiddingfold churchyard
8th – Streamer moth Anticlea derivate Click for photo and purple thorn moth Selenia tetralunaria Click for photo attracted to moth trap Killinghurst Lane garden
11th - Jay, bouncing and searching around in flower border Chiddingfold garden
12th - Several long-tailed tits in camellia bush, landing on hardy fuchsia bush and attracted to and bumping against nearby window pane Chiddingfold garden
12th - Peacock butterfly alternately flitting about and sunning itself Swan Barn Farm
13th - Pair of grey wagtails A couple of miles outside Haslemere
14th - First cuckoo heard along with sightings of tree pipit, willow warbler, linnet as well as male and female stonechats Woolbeding Common
14th - 5 redpolls visiting bird feeders Headley garden
mid-month - Pair of buzzards and pair of carrion crows disputing crown of Douglas fir for several days Woodland near Swan Barn Farm
18th - A single swallow  Farm near Milland
19th - Speckled wood, peacock, orange tip and brimstone butterflies Woodland near Plaistow
19th - Swallows, two Over pastureland near Plaistow
21st - Nightingale and firecrest heard Prestwick Lane, Grayswood
23rd - Robins, two young fledglings, one pecking up ants Garden at Plaistow
24th - A pair of snipe in grass fields Farm near Milland
25th First skylarks of the season Farm near Milland
27th - Holly blue butterfly unusually fluttering about in the sunshine on the bare ground (possibly finding salts on the ground?) and briefly basking   Click for photo Chiddingfold garden
28th - Orange tip butterfly Lion Lane garden
29th - Angle shades moth in porch   Click for photo Tower Road, Hindhead  

MARCH 2021

SEEN

WHERE

Early in month - On roadside verge scarlet elf cap Sarcoscypha austriaca   Click for photo Killinghurst Lane
2nd -  Heavily pregnant Reeves muntjac scuttling across lawn into cover Petworth Road garden
5th - Blackcap female and 4 siskins on bird feeder  Garden at Fernhurst
5th onwards - Three redpolls (1 male, 2 female) visiting – a first for this garden Braeside Close
9th – Buff-tailed bumblebee queen searching bank for nesting place Petworth Road garden
16th – At least six species of bat on the wing on an unusually mild evening. Common and soprano pipistrelles, brown long-eared (social calls), serotine, Daubenton’s, a single Western barbastelle, and a few unidentified Myotis passes. Petworth Road garden
mid-month - Two goldfinches regularly sighted on rose bushes and elder branches Chiddingfold garden
mid-month - Bumble bees flying low and entering daffodil heads; also an unidentified brown butterfly Chiddingfold garden
19th - Lesser spotted woodpecker singing, drumming and eventually also seen Holdfast Lane, Grayswood
20th – Brown long-eared bat investigating loft space   Click for video Petworth Road
20th - Tawny owl landing on trail camera   Click for video Petworth Road garden
21st - Brimstone butterfly, male    Click for photo Near Oaken Wood, near Plaistow
22nd - Brimstone butterflies 3 males, peacock butterfly and bee-fly Bombylius major    Farmland near Haslemere
22nd - Rustic bunting and little bunting Thursley Common
23rd - Brimstone butterfly Chiddingfold garden
23rd - Crossbills, 50 or so,  stonechat pair and a red kite      Black Down
29th -  Comma, peacock, male brimstone butterflies Chiddingfold field
29th -  Barren strawberry in flower, violets, wood anemones in flower Chiddingfold field
29th -  Female brimstone butterfly on primroses Chiddingfold Forest
30th - Holly blue butterflies, 2 Garden at Plaistow
30th - Pair of swallows Hankley Common power lines
31st -: Wood sorrel in flower Beacon Hill woodlands

FEBRUARY 2021

SEEN

WHERE

1st/2nd -  Pied blackbird - nowhere near an albino, just white feathers intermingled with the black Lion Lane garden
6th - Blue tits frequenting a nest box in bright sunshine Lion Lane garden
12th - Red kite being mobbed by a crow Beacon Hill
13th – Drowsy fox awakening after a nap on a snowy lawn     Click for photo Petworth Road garden
mid-month - Pair of small brindled beauty moths Apocheima hispidaria Click for photo and a pale brindled beauty moth Phigalia pilosaria in moth trap Click for photo Killinghurst Lane garden
20th - Peregrine falcon Hascombe
20th - About 50 jackdaws circling noisily as a flock, many flying in pairs. No mobbing target visible. Over Swan Barn Farm
24th - Red admiral butterfly   Garden at Plaistow
26th - Male brimstone butterfly Highcombe Edge, Hindhead
26th – Bank vole scavenging seeds beneath bird feeder     Click for photo Petworth Road garden

JANUARY 2021

SEEN

WHERE

3rd - First redwing of the winter     Click for photo Wood in Ifold
5th - Fox at bird table in daylight Lion Lane garden
9th - Hair ice. The fungus Exidiopsis effusa creates this ice on rotten wood; it is rarely seen.    Click for photo Waggoners Wells
10th – Roe buck in velvet and two does together with a Reeve’s muntjac Petworth Road garden
13th - Frog moving around garden Lion Lane
17th - Shrew scampering around on garage floor beneath parked cars Petworth Road
24th – Fox bemused by deep snow. Later, two young roe gambolling in snow before joining mother to browse on yew       Click for photo Petworth Road garden
25th – Goldcrest visiting Abutilon megapotamicum regularly for insects over a few days Pathfields Close
26th – Redwings feasting on ivy berries Click for photo and 21 other species spotted including a fine jay Click for photo, song thrush Click for photo, and long-tailed tit Click for photo  Ifold garden