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About suzannek

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    Suz Kelsall
  • Birthday 07/11/71

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    Suzanne Kelsall
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    Sunderland Football Supporter have been since I was 10 year old. Go to most home games and a few away games.
  • Location
    Bishop Auckland, County Durham (North East England)
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    "I Idolize You" Charmaines

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  1. So sad Harry but you gave him love and kindness with his short time on earth xxx Take care
  2. Two taken down my favourite woods Gaunless Valley Woods amazing place hard to believe it is not a nature reserve. Large Red Damselfly and Small White Wave moth
  3. Just one from todays eight and a half mile walk. A Speckled Wood on Pignut
  4. Great look forward to seeing the photos. The Southern Marsh is similar to my Northern Marsh apart from it is taller and mine is darker. The Northern Marsh hybridise with Common Spotted and other Orchids. Wonderful flowers Suz x
  5. Some of the flora I took from my visit to Bishop Middleham Nature Reserve. Salad Burnet and Northern Marsh Orchids, these can never be mistaken for any other Orchid.
  6. Hi Steve beauriful pic. I think it is a Southern Marsh Orchid rather than Common Spotted Orchid Suz x
  7. Common Spotted Orchids and Blue Damselfly taken at Low Barns Nature Reserve on 11.6.17
  8. Had a wonderful day out at Bishop Middleham Nature Reserve which is basically an old quarry, but is part of the magnesian limestone grassland species rich. Butterflies galore, Common Blues, Durham Argus, Dingy Skipper, Small Heath. Lots of other butterflies I didn't photograph, anyway here the photos. All taken with Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo phone camera. It was blowing a gale which made things difficult and they fly a 100 mph taken 4.6.17
  9. Green Veined White roosting on Bugle flower 30.5.17 down Gaunless Valley Woods
  10. This beauty has appeared down the Gaunless Valley Woods, near Butterknowle in Teesdale tis Yellow Pimpernel, sadly in the south of England it has declined due to woodland being felled and conifers planted. It is habitat specific just like the Wood Stitchwort also in flower, this loves shady, damp deciduous woods and hedgerows. Forgot to say it is yet another Ancient Wood indicator 3.6.17
  11. Where do you live suz ? Heaven looks stunning x Tiny little hamlet called Wham in Teesdale, County Durham. I saw my first Wall butterfly since I was a child. They have nationally declined so have reported it to Butterfly Conservation.
  12. More flutterbys from Wham
  13. Butterfly heaven walk through my favourite woods then to Cockfield Fell. Wonderful 14.5.17. Orange Tip male, Green Veined White, Small Tortoiseshell, Small Copper and the best prize of the lot a tiny male Green Hairstreak on Gorse. I knew it was male as it was chasing another male. Also seen and not photographed were two Speckled Woods, Large White, Peacocks and my first Dark Green Fritillary of the year .