East Lothian Sightings February 2019

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East Lothian Sightings February 2019

Postby georgehogg » Mon 18 Feb 2019 00:28

A Peacock in the Garleton Hills on 15th Feb.
( Sorry ,wasn't prepared to fight my way through the whins for a closer pic ! )
Jim also tweeted one in Longniddry same day .
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Re: East Lothian Sightings February 2019

Postby NickMorgan » Thu 21 Feb 2019 15:13

13 degrees and sunny today, so I took a walk up the River Tyne at lunchtime. I was lucky enough to see a Peacock just outside Haddington
When I returned to the office there was an e-mail from Abbie saying that she had seen a Peacock in her garden. I will try and add Abbie's picture below
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Re: East Lothian Sightings February 2019

Postby NickMorgan » Thu 21 Feb 2019 21:00

And another Peacock in Abbie's garden, two in East Linton and one in Dunbar! :)
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Re: East Lothian Sightings February 2019

Postby georgehogg » Wed 27 Feb 2019 00:14

From Iain Cowe on facebook…………… You wont believe this!! I know I can hardly believe it, however...Speckled Wood x2 on Prestonpans Beach today!! Many thanks to Robert Wright who is not in this group for sharing with us. The Speckled Wood don't really emerge till the end of March at the very, very earliest. It's more usually mid April. So this is off the scale and clearly sighting of the day, week, month, year. :o
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Re: East Lothian Sightings February 2019

Postby NickMorgan » Thu 28 Feb 2019 12:57

That is quite something. I hope they are able to make it through the inevitable cold weather before the real spring arrives!

I saw a Comma yesterday, but I haven't heard of any Red Admirals having been seen in East Lothian this year. I suppose that I can't complain about only having five species recorded so far this year, though!
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