Updated: Jun 28
In the fourth month of our Find Wildlife From Home Survey, we surpassed 200 submissions! Some of these sightings were recorded at FLOW project improved wetland sites, by volunteers working independently. Thank you to those who have already signed up to return to surveying wildlife for the FLOW project, your time and efforts are really appreciated!
Contact us to learn more about independent surveying.
Read July’s survey results, below.
Blue-tailed Damselfly, Ischnura elegans: 3
Brown-lipped Snail, Cepaea nemoralis: 1
Blackbird, Turdus merula: 2
Blackcap, Sylvia atricapilla: 1
Blue-tailed Damselfly, Ischnura elegans: 1
Blue Tit, Cyanistes caeruleus: 1
Buff tailed bee, Bombus terrestris: 7
Buzzard, Buteo buteo: 1
Collared Dove, Streptopelia decaocto: 1
Comma Butterfly, Polygonia c-album: 1
Common Carder Bee, Bombus pascuorum: 4
Common Whitethroat, Sylvia communis: 1
Dunnock, Prunella modularis: 1
Elephant hawk-moth, Deilephila elpenor: 3
Fox, Vulpes vulpes: 1
Gatekeeper, Pyronia tithonus: 20
Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis: 13
German Wasp, Vespula germanica: 2
House Martin, Delichon urbicum: 20
House Sparrow, Passer domesticus: 3
Hoverfly (Various), Syrphidae family: 15
Ichneumonidae Wasp, Pimpla rufipes: 1
Large White butterfly, Pieris brassicae: 7
Meadow Brown butterfly, Maniola jurtin: 8
Mining bee, Andrena species: 1
Patchwork leaf-cutter bee, Megachile centuncularis: 1
Red Admiral butterfly, Vanessa atalanta: 3
Red slug, Arion rufus: 2
Robber fly, Dioctria baumhaueri: 1
Robin, Erithacus rubecula: 4
Wood Mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus: 1
Wood Pigeon, Columba palumbus: 5
Wren, Troglodytes troglodytes: 2
Six-Spot Burnet moth, Zygaena filipendulae: 2
Skipper butterfly, Hesperiidae family: 1
Small White Butterfly, Pieris rapae: 1
Speckled Wood butterfly, Pararge aegeria: 3
Yellowhammer, Emberiza citrinella: 2
7-Spot Ladybird, Coccinella septempunctata: 17
These wonderful photos were also submitted, during July:
Keep sending in your submissions, and if you haven’t taken part already, please share your sightings with us – every record received helps us build a more accurate picture of the Manhood Peninsula*.
How can I get involved with this survey?
Sending us a record of your wildlife sightings is simple, just make a note of the date and location of the sighting, and use these notes to fill out a wildlife recording sheet. To download a wildlife recording sheet and see full details on how to submit records and photos, visit our Find Wildlife From Home survey page.
*This survey is specifically receiving submissions of wildlife sightings seen on the Manhood Peninsula, below Chichester, which includes the parishes of Apuldram, Donnington, Earnley, East Wittering & Bracklesham, Hunston, North (and South) Mundham, Selsey, Sidlesham, West Wittering, West Itchenor and Birdham.