SEVERNSIDE BIRDS























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Other Severnside Wildlife Pictures
Severnside is not only of great importance to birds but is also home to many other species of wildlife. I have started to capture some of these using digital photography and thought some of the images would be of interest.
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These three species of Orchid were all found in June 2004. The plant on the right is Bee Orchid. Below left is a Common Spotted Orchid, which is actually very rare on Severnside with only a handful of records. Below right is a Southern Marsh Orchid, the first recorded here for many years.
Common Blue, as the name suggests, this is a Common Butterfly seen from April to October.
Male  Red-veined Darter. This rare migrant Dragonfly has been seen at Severn Beach in recent years.
Clouded Yellow. Usually a scarce migrant butterfly from the Continent. Some years large numbers can be seen.
Essex Skipper is a Butterfly that has only recently been recorded in this area following an expansion of it’s range
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Grey Seal from New Passage. An annual late summer visitor usually just singles following Mullet into the creeks
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    Fox, Severn Beach 1.5.9 © Allan Chard
    Fox, Severn Beach 1.5.9 © Allan Chard
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    Painted Lady, one of hundreds seen in May 2009
© J.P.Martin
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    Marbled White, Aust Warth July 2009