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Wildlife Round Tresham

Posted on May 19th, by Editor in Nature. 3 comments

Some of us are finding we have more spare time than usual at home.  This grass snake caught us by surprise in our pond at Talbot Court Farm a couple of days ago.  Today, we found him basking on the stone paving next to the pond but he didn’t want his photo taken and slithered off.

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Back at the end of March we had a rare glimpse of a badger in our garden.  I thought they weren’t around in the daytime so let’s hope he wasn’t ill.

Sally took this cobweb early this morning (20.05.20) when Simon and she were out for a walk.

More from our pond: a blue darter dragonfly and damsel flies.

Sid sent in these photos from his garden: a slow worm, a female sparrowhawk taken though the window, and songthrush chicks in their nest.  Brilliant!

We have started feeding the hedgehogs.  We heard this one snuffling behind a seat in the garden earlier in the day.

There are three swallow chicks in this nest and there might be a fourth but it is difficult to capture (the shot).  Both parents are feeding the young but which is the male and female?

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3 thoughts on “Wildlife Round Tresham

  1. Badger -brilliant! Snake lovely pic but not so brilliant. happy to say I’ve only seen two in CR

  2. Last week we saw a small frog about 4cm nose to tail and also a slow worm, too fast for me to take a photo!