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Thistle Tortoise Beetle - Cassida rubiginosa93 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Thistle Tortoise Beetle - Cassida rubiginosa75 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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German Wasp - Vespula germanica71 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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German Wasp - Vespula germanica69 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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German Wasp - Vespula germanica74 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Rhingia campestris75 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Leucozona lucorum74 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Mesembrina meridiana72 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Peacock - Inachis io71 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Helophilus pendulus72 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Green Dock Beetle - Gastrophysa viridula70 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Buff-tailed Bumblebee - Bombus terrestris72 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common carder bee - Bombus pascuorum73 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera71 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera69 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera65 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera68 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera63 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Wall Brown - Lasiommata megera65 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common Blue - Polyommatus icarus64 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common Blue - Polyommatus icarus67 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Rhingia campestris66 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Rhingia campestris65 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Rhingia campestris64 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Cheilosia illustrata64 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Cheilosia illustrata65 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Hoverfly - Cheilosia illustrata65 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common Darter - Sympetrum striolatum70 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common Darter - Sympetrum striolatum66 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae140 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae291 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae53 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae55 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae52 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae192 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae52 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Black Darter - Sympetrum danae56 viewsphotographed @ Devonshire Road Rock Gardens, Blackpool - quite a rarity in the Blackpool area
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Gatekeeper - Pyronia tithonus47 viewseye spot variant - photod at Pilling Lane Ends Amenity area
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Coot59 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Coot41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Goldeneye45 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye42 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye44 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye42 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye41 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye42 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye39 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye42 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye42 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye Bucephala clangula Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area51 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Goldeneye43 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Spiders Webs58 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Tufted Duck47 viewstaken @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Tufted Duck53 viewstaken @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Common Darters54 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends Amenity Area
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Coot61 viewsphotographed @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Rooster68 viewsOK, so it's not a Partridge or Pheasant, but it's quite an impressive looking Rooster, taken at Pilling Lane ends Amenity area
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Mute Swans63 viewstaken @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Mute Swans63 viewstaken @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Mute Swans62 viewstaken @ Pilling Lane Ends amenity area
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Red-eared Terrapin230 viewsRed Eared Terrapins are not a natural species in the UK. They have become common in most areas due to widespread release of imported pets by the public once it is realised that terrapins in captivity need a lot of care, as they can live to over 40 years. They have a strong bite resulting in injuries that should be seen by medical staff as soon as possible as they may carry some diseases. They are not thought to be breeding in the U.K. as the mean summer temperature is too low, however there is some possibility that if temperatures rise by a few degrees breeding could start. Note:- Recent news from a reptile specialist in the south (near Southampton) is that terrapin nests and eggs were found last year but no hatchlings were found.
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Kestrel65 viewsThere always seems to be at least one Kestrel in the area when I visit Todderstaffe hall, getting close enough to get a decent photograph though is proving hard.
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Glossy Ibis79 viewsThis rare vagrant arrived in the Pilling area in the late autumn of 2006 & hung around there for a couple of months, providing excellent sightings for the many birders who travelled from far & wide to get a glimpse of it. Nearly two years on & it's still in the North West, being frequently seen both sides of the Ribble Estuary.
 
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