Mini Frog Time

Mini Frog Time

It's that time of year again when you have to be extra careful where you walk! Mini frogs and toads are jumping around and can be quite difficult to see!

It's mini frog time! This week's misty rain and humid conditions have encouraged the first of the tiny froglets to get out exploring their environs. When you are this tiny it's a dangerous world out there!


Also seen this week were...

Sixteen adult Common Terns on Pit No.1 this morning. They looked like they wanted to investigate the tern rafts but the four nesting pairs were less than welcoming! There are currently 9 chicks (three pairs of parents with three chicks each). This is fantastic news!

Help Brockholes increase their Tern population here

A barn Owl hunting in the morning on Boilton Marsh.

First Green Sandpiper of the 'autumn' on Pit No.1. Also Common Snipe and a Curlew new in.


Male Linnet feeding on Dock seeds. (in focus)

Zygaena lonicerae

Keep an eye out for the delightful day flying moth - Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet.

Learn more about some of these wonderful species: