What to look out for

Some species you will be able to find during the year

Adder
Ash Tree
Autumn Lady’s Tresses Orchid

Bombylius discolor , Dotted Bee-fly

Bee-fly

Beech
Blackthorn
Bloody-nosed Beetle
Bracken
Bramble
Bugle
Bumblebee species

Burnet Moth

Carline Thistle
Chalk Hill Blue butterfly
Comma Butterfly
Common Blue
Common Centaury
Common Dandelion
Common Field-Speedwell
Common Gorse
Common Ivy
Common Knapweed
Common Privet
Common Ragwort
Cowslip

Dryads Saddle fungi
Early Purple Orchid
Gatekeeper butterfly
Germander Speedwell
Goats Beard
Grass Vetchling
Great Green Bush Cricket
Greater Knapweed
Greater Plantain
Ground Ivy
Hard Fern
Harebell
Hemp-Agrimony
Herb Robert
Holly Blue butterfly
Horseshoe Vetch
Large White butterfly
Long-winged Conehead Bush Cricket
Lords And Ladies (Arum Lily)
Marbled White butterfly
Meadow Brown butterfly
Meadow foxtail
Milkwort
Mugwort
Musk Thistle
Mycena Rose fungus
Narrow Buckler Fern
Orange Tip butterfly
Prickly Ox-tongue
Pyramidal Orchid
Red Admiral butterfly
Red Clover
Ribwort Plantain
Rosebay Willowherb
Round headed Rampion
Shaggy Pholiota fungi
Small Copper butterfly
Small Scabious
Small Skipper butterfly
Soft Shield Fern
Speckled Wood Butterfly
Spurge Laurel
Squinancywort
Stag Beetle
Stinging Nettle
Sulphur Tuft fungi
Sweet VioletSweet Violet

Sycamore
Wasp Spider
Water Avens
Wayfarers Tree
Weld
White Bryony
White Dead- Nettle
Wild Carrot
Wild Parsnip
Wind Eyebright
Wood Anemone
Yew
Yarrow

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