Sunday, 9 March 2014


I have never seen or heard of any confirmed reports of Adder been seen on either Beeley or East Moor, in recent years at least. There is a good population on Big Moor however and sunny mornings in February and March are the ideal time to see them as they warm up in the sun after the winter hibernation.
Roger has reported both Small Tortoise Shell and Brimstone in his garden so it looks like Spring is with us at last, at least for a few days.
My first Chiffchaff this afternoon, singing at Peak Village, Rowsley.


1 comment:

  1. They're adders now but it won't be long before they're multiplying.


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