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Tue 27th November 2007 09:46 by Adrian Knowles
Late bumblebees
This morning I saw a queen buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) foraging on a Buddleja x weyeriana in our office garden, despite a chilly start to the day.
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Mon 26th November 2007 14:05 by Adrian Knowles
Spring is here!
Well, I have a Cowslip in flower in my garden, anyway....
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Mon 26th November 2007 08:15 by Peter Harvey
The new Essex Naturalist has arrived this morning! Looks good, I think. Make sure you collect your copy at the annual Exhibition and Social this coming Saturday!

This year it contains 180 text pages and 16 colour pages with 38 plates, and we hope it presents a good range of contributions.

Please start thinking about what you can contribute for next year's issue.

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Sun 25th November 2007 11:45 by John Dobson
Sunday 25th September 2007 John Dobson

During the last week, I have found harvest mouse nests at TL760090, TL755080 and TL742056 along the lane linking Boreham and Sandon.  On 23rd November, two further nests were found at TL682146, between Great Waltham and Pleshey.

In addition, a common pipistrelle was found roosting (hibernating?) in a barn near Writtle.

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Sat 24th November 2007 19:11 by Peter Harvey
Saw a queen Bombus terrestris Buff-tailed bumblebee at 7.50am this morning on Mahonia flowers. It was very cold with frost on the ground.

bombus terrestris Copyright: Peter Harvey

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