If you enjoy reading and are running out of books, this article may help. I have rediscovered my library membership at KCC libraries, where I can “borrow” eBooks and eAudiobooks as well as having access to eMagazines and eNewspapers. I’ve already borrowed a couple of books and have my name on a few others currently […]
Our group website is available again, after an outage that occurred over the weekend (25-27 April) when we were migrated ‘to the cloud’. So if you attempted, in vain, to download our latest spring edition of the newsletter, you can do so now. Please click this link. Remember we are also on Facebook – here […]
Alan has sent me this list of moths that he has caught in his moth trap this year. The chances are that if you do not have a moth trap yourself you will never have heard of these species before. If you do know about moths then you will know most of these, as they […]
One of my entomological heroes is the Frenchman Jean Henri Fabre (1823-1915). He was not a great explorer, collector or taxonomist – he simply watched insects and recorded the details of their behaviour. He spent hours, sitting on the ground under the hot provencal sun, watching bees and other insects going about their daily lives. […]
Keep your a look out for very large birds of prey – the IoW White-tailed eagles have been wandering around the country.
Check out these live Osprey nest cams. You can click on all the thumbnails to have simultaneous feeds. To enlarge any given one to full screen, click the square symbol in the lower right hand corner of each frame. Press Esc to return to the grid. If the sound is muted on each, click the […]