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bats
7/16/2013 9:06:41 PM
A good friend of mine has had her house invaded by bats. They have entered the lounge via the chimney. Bats are protected by law. It is illegal to remove bats from their colonies or even handle them without license. It is different however when they enter the living spaces of the house. Lizi did the correct thing by calling in a bat rescue service. The guy removed a few of the baby bats that had become trapped in the house with the plan to bring them back in a few weeks when they are able to rejoin the colony. 



The Big Local
7/15/2013 9:14:38 PM
The last month has been hectic! Not only have we been busy with our service agreements and the huge amount of normal Summer pests but we've taken on new challenges!

We've become partners with the Big Local Magazine. The first issue goes to print now and will be delivered at the start of August. Exciting and very busy times!

crane fly
4/27/2013 1:51:55 PM
A crane fly resting on a shed. Crane flies can be various sizes. Some are very small whilst others are quite large. They are often known as daddy long legs. Their larvae feeds on decaying organic matter, some species have aquatic larvae. They are not a pest species.

red mason bee
4/26/2013 7:33:44 PM
A red mason bee. A type of solitary bee that is very common here in the UK. They dig tunnels in clay soil and loose masonary to lay their eggs. 

new website
4/25/2013 6:49:46 PM
Its been a few days since I last blogged. Not for lack of work or pictures, the thing keeping me from blogging is trying to straighten out the new website. Working on the computer after doing a days proper work is always unpleasant but now I've got as much in place as I need to for now so the blogging will continue. 

The old website has been great and its always done well enough but has always had the slight school project look about it. 

Anyhow over the past few weeks I've linked to the new site a few times on my Facebook blog and have re designed the old websites home page so it redirects to it so its not exactly new news but for those who haven't seen it please have a look and leave a comment if you see anything you'd improve. There are things I have still to do on it but you'll get the general picture.

I'll continue to update the old site both to keep its information current and to keep its galleries and blogs full. 

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zebra spider
4/4/2013 4:02:20 PM
4th April 2013

Whilst tracking a line of ants back to its nest I came across this rather cool little zebra jumping spider, Salticus scenicus. They are only 5mm long but are expert hunters. They don't rely on webs like some other spiders, they actively hunt them using large forward facing eyes. They pounce on their prey from some distance. A fantastic spider to watch patrolling a sunny wall in search of prey.


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duck pond
3/14/2013 6:16:10 PM
14th March 2013

A cold night last night. The farm ponds still well and truely frozen even by mid morning.

Sparrowhawk
3/8/2013 8:24:08 PM
8th March 2013

A customer was lucky enough to see and photograph this male sparrow hawk catch and feed on a sparrow. Awesome photo and thanks for sharing Rob!


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Birds nest
2/28/2013 9:47:23 PM
A birds nest my dad saved whilst trimming the garden. Its thought to be a goldfinch.

Geese
2/17/2013 2:41:25 PM
17th Febuary 2013

A farmers field in Rufford. It shows the effectiveness of static old fashioned scarecrows!

Migratory geese are feeding in the field that is close to the Martin Mere Wetland Centre. They spend the Winter here in Britain as it is much milder. The Wetland Centre provides food for them so it has a large population of over wintering waterfoul. The geese in this photo will have roosted at the centre and then flown out in the day to find other food sources.

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