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December Nature Notes

December Nature Notes

The mild spell experienced in November is now giving way to colder weather. This is good for birders as there will potentially be more bird movements from Scandinavia and the Baltic.

One of the Manhood Peninsula's most important species, the water vole, is not so evident now, however frogs and toads are still out and about, as are Red Admiral butterflies.

For more news about nature in Chichester Harbour AONB see Ed’s Nature Notes by Ed Rowsell, the Conservation Officer at Chichester Harbour Conservancy