Wild sightings on Walcot street

Our junior representative Poppy has been keeping a lookout for the wildlife activity on Walcot street.

“Recently, there have been sightings of ladybirds, bees and other insects on Walcot Street.

There have been several ladybirds on this stone pillar as well as bees flying around, mostly a welcome sight, except when they are about half a centimetre away from your face and buzzing in your ear.  Wasps have also been frequent visitors.

Butterflies, mostly cabbage whites but a few more colourful species, have been investigating some flowers throughout the street.”