Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Slow worm

Garden watch week 2

Garden watch week 2

I’ve just finished week 2 of my garden project to document the wildlife in our garden while under Covid-19 lockdown. I’m not limiting myself to any particular group so you’ll see on the 9th I had a bit of a hiccup! Only rules i set myself were, no repetitions and pics had to be taken before midday so I could post during the afternoon.

14 days, 14 pictures.

So with this post I hit 14 pictures over 14 days, not bad so far and I’ve kept a few of the easier birds back in case of desperation! The first 7 days are in my post here

Week 2

Day 8 – Slow-worm (Anguis fragilis)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Slow worm
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Slow worm

Day 9 – Magpie (Pica pica)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Magpie
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Magpie

Day 10 – Bluetit (Cyanistes caeruleus)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Bluetit
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Bluetit

Day 11 – Rough Woodlouse (Porcellio scaber)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Rough Woodlouse
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Rough Woodlouse

Day 12 – Dunnock (Prunella modularis)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Dunnock
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Dunnock

Day 13 – Common frog (Rana temporaria)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Common frog
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Common frog

Day 14 – Speckled Wood butterfly (Pararge aegeria)

Covid-19 lockdown garden species project - Speckled Wood butterfly
Covid-19 lockdown garden species project – Speckled Wood butterfly

Species list

Slow-worm, Magpie, Bluetit, Rough woodlouse, Dunnock, Common frog, Speckled wood butterfly

Total count up to now

Greenfinch, Starling, House sparrow, Jackdaw, Goldfinch, Reed bunting, Robin, Slow-worm, Magpie, Bluetit, Rough woodlouse, Dunnock, Common frog, Speckled wood butterfly

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