Norfolk Dragon invades Suffolk

Norfolk Dragon invades Suffolk

Millennium Green came up trumps again today. Whilst on our almost daily walk, Scott Guiver (creator and writer of the blog 27butterflies) and I came across the wonderful Norfolk Hawkers patrolling the reeds. These have got to have been the most aggressive dragonflies I have noticed the behaviour of so far. I noted that at […]

Dragons and Damsels

Dragons and Damsels

Today the sun was shinning and I only had a couple of hours spare, so I decided to have a stroll around my local patch. Its been a warm day in the twenties, with little or no wind and very little cloud cover. For me this meant one thing, Dragonflies and Damselflies. These have become […]

Barcelona

Barcelona

I’m lucky enough to work in the world of conservation and in this role I get to meet some pretty inspiring people. On 5 June I was asked to visit one of the charities project partners Accionatura who are based in Barcelona. They wanted to discuss many things and one of those was an interesting […]

Birthday Surprise

4 June and it’s absolutely pouring it down with rain. I was determined not to waste the day. Armed with Ginger beer, cake and a map, along with all usual optical equipment I decided to try somewhere new and headed for Thompson Common and Lake. I had heard it was good for Odonata and wanted […]