RSBP Pulborough Brooks. Nightingales & Raptors. 07.05.22

Updated: May 9


I travelled to Pulborough Brooks by train from Brighton (change at Barnham) to Pulborough Station, then I followed the Wild Art Trail Pulborough WildArt Trail | Discover Horsham District, across the brooks, to the reserve. This day was a group Gay Bidders Cub walk


Wild Art Trail


Pavement Botany; these wild flowers were growing at the side of the path from the station


Red Clover


Cow Parsley


Dandelion


A Rhingia genus Hoverfly on Alkanet


Buttercups


Ground Ivy


Female Orange-Tip on Garlic Mustard


Garlic Mustard


Speedwell


Tort and Damselfly - One of the Wild Art Trail objects


House Sparrow on telegraph wire


Butterflies - One of the Wild Art Trail objects


Jay - One of the Wild Art Trail objects


Walking across the brooks


Lapwing - One of the Wild Art Trail objects


Periwinkle


RSPB Pulborough Brooks


Robin


Whitethroat


Greater Celandine



Nightingale


Dunnock


Azure Damselfly emerging


The above Damsel Fly on my hat, with a beetle.


Blue Mint Beetle?


More Damselflies emerging



Campion


Speckled Wood


Redshank, from Jupp's view


Cattle and Canada Geese with their goslings


Rhingia Hoverfly on Garlic Mustard


Grey Heron


Buzzard


From the West Mead Hide


Lapwing chicks


Avocet on nest


Ringed Plover


Redshank


Another Lapwing Chick


Lapwing defending chick from Avocet


Avocet and Gadwall


Mallards


Fallow Deer


Peregrine Falcon


Buzzards


Long-Tailed Tit


Nightingale


Views of the brooks.



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