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Your Wildlife Sighting

24th May 2015 Red Kite Brendan

21st May Whinchat Valley of Rocks

19th May 2015 White Orchids Near Rockford

19th May 2015 Hare 4xway

14th May 2015 Black Adder Hollerday Hill, Lynton

10th May 2015 Early Purple Orchid East Lyn 

9th May 2015 Wheatear South Cleave, Lynton

9th May 2015 Guillemots Near Castle Rock

9th May 2015 Peregrine and Stonechats County Gate

9th May 2015 Dipper and Grey Wagtail East Lyn

4th May 2015 Cuckoo and Red Kite Hoaroak Valley

4th May 2015 Purple Orchids Porlock

1st May 2015 Grasshopper Warbler Landacre Bridge

30th April 2015 Cuckoo Hillsford

28th April 2015 Cuckoo Mounsey Hill Gate

26th April 2015 6 Cuckoos! Cloutsham

23rd April 2015 Cuckoo Blue Anchor

23rd April 2015 Cuckoo Winsford Village

22nd April 2015 Cuckoo Wellington

21st April 2015 Cuckoo Winsford Hill

21st April 2015 Cuckoo Exford

20th April 2015 Cuckoo Lydiate Lane

17th April 2015 Cuckoo Luccott Farm

17th April 2015 Cuckoo Simonsbath

16th April 2015 Goldcrest Barbrook

15th April 2015 Cuckoo East Anstey Common

15th April 2015 Pied Hycatcher Brewers Castle

15th April 2015 Cuckoo Simonsbath

15th April 2015 Hedgehog Countisbury Hill

13th April 2015 Cuckoo North Hill

12th April 2015 White Heron and Egrets Porlock

10th April 2015 Bat and Swallow West Lyn

8th April 2015 Peacock Butterfly Watersmeet Walk

8th April 2015 Dipper Tors Road

6th April 2015 Seal, Razorbills and Cormorant North Walk Lynmouth

4th April 2015 Ravens Watersmeet

4th April 2015 Dipper and Bats Watersmeet

4th April 2015 Yellow Hammer, Free Creepers and Slow Worm Pullham Mill

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Welcome to Exmoor National Park

Situated in the south west of Britain, Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles (692 square kilometers). A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years. Where high cliffs plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy pubs and tearooms offer delicious local produce.

 


 

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Exmoor’s Biodiversity

  • Lesser Horseshoe Bat
    There are good numbers of the plum-sized lesser horseshoe Rhinolophus hipposideros bat on Exmoor. During the winter, lesser horseshoes will use caves, mines, tunnels and cellars as hibernation sites, but winter hibernation sites on Exmoor are currently largely unknown. More on this species from The Wildlife Trusts.

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