Monthly Archives: June 2015

Two Weeks in Focus: 13th to 26th June 2015

What a difference two weeks makes as spring melts into summer. Alongside late spring scarcities and returning early autumn migrants, the last week fielded a number of ephemeral probables and possibles to ponder … Duck was back on the menu … Continue reading

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The Week in Focus: 6th to 12th June 2015

Temperatures hovered around, or below, average as a high pressure system positioned across Britain brought cool east to north-easterly winds for most of the week, although it warmed up at the week’s end. While some coastal counties continued to enjoy … Continue reading

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The Week in Focus: 30th May to 5th June 2015

The period included a bout of unseasonal gales, brought in by a deep Atlantic low pressure system on 1st/2nd but the week’s end enjoyed a southerly, warm airflow from the continent, albeit short-lived. A Pink-footed Goose at Clifford Hill GP … Continue reading

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