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Reclamation yard teesside

River Tees - Wikipedia - Entry updated North Yorkshire Selby Kingspan Insulation Ltd Enterprise Way Sherburn Elmet RDF Sherburnin Parish Council. The dale widens below Cauldron Snout and trees appear contrasting with broken rocks where water descends over High Force. Graham Beckwith reported Greenveined White Small Skipper Large Ringlet Peacock unidentified Whites female Dark Fritillary crawling over looking for egg laying sites at Debdon Plantation Nr Rothbury . Green Hairstreak here very photogenic just siting most of the time with occasional fights

Entry updated West Yorkshire Former Solaglas Site Ripley Road Bradford BioGen Power Energy Recovery Limited Energos Contact coordinator ukwin be put touch with those opposing this development. John Money reports Today . Peter Minnikin recorded Red Admirals Small Tortoiseshells Speckled Woods feeding on Sedum spectabile his garden Wardley Gateshead. Full planning application submitted October Ref HCC

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On the same day in Meadow between County Hall and DLI Museum Durham Graham Beckwith counted at least Ringlet Brown Small Skipper. drinking waterfilled ruts. Planning application submitted June for gasification plant intended to treat ktpa biomassrich RDF and unsorted MSW WASFUL

Keith Walton sent the following comments appears have been bumper year for Small Copper seen them over km squares August September along cycleways and tracks. Entry updated X Derbyshire Alfreton Energy from Waste Plant Pye Bridge Industrial Estate Somercotes Warwick Amber Valley Against Incinerators AVAIN . Planning application refused by Gloucestershire Committee the of March Source . a nonprofit organization

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In the north of region Malcolm Hutheson recorded following at Berrington near Berwick NUB Large Skipper Common Blue new tetrad Red Admiral and Ringlet. The East London Sustainable Energy Facility was intended to burn Solid Recovered Fuels from municipal Waste Authority Source. Chris Barlow added another species to this year list of those recorded on wing region with sighting single pristine Green Hairstreak at Dipton Woods near Corbridge

One small copper. TV EIS was granted planning consent July. Mike Coates saw Speckled Woods and Holly Blues in Northumberland Park Shields. Graham Beckwith reports fro Rothbury Along the east riverside towards Thrum Mill noted my first Painted Lady seen region this Buehler cultural center and pool year Red Admiral Peacock Small Copper Tortoiseshell Large White Greenveined . Brian Denham rpeoted two Brimstone butterflies seen at Saltholme RSPB reserve. Keith Walton sent the following report Butterflies have been very numerous this August so far young living essentialzyme at Broompark max noted month all same day Small White Large Green Veined Red Admiral Painted Lady Tortoisehell Peacock Comma Meadow Brown Speckled Wood Wall Copper Purple Hairstreak Dark Fritillary . Graham Beckwith reported Small Tortoiseshell and Peacock from Whitton Glebe Rothbury

Graham Beckwith reported from Bishop Middleham Quarry Northern Brown Argus single pristine male Orange Tip Speckled Wood Common Blue redwood motel mineral point wi Red Admiral Ringlet Meadow Small Heath and Greenveined White. Graham Usgg10yr Beckwith saw freshly emerged and rather early Whiteletter Hairstreak on path Milburngate Durham City. At Milburngate in Durham City on June Stephen Lowrther saw Peacock and Small Tortoisehell. Stephen Lowther scanned small section of Crimdon Dene and counted Sixspot Burnet Moths


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Since the cuts were made river has continued to undergo alterations its bed and banks make deeper more navigable. As it is now on the wing thought you might like to know so other members are able look for . Steve Austin reported Speckled Wood Orangetip Comma Large Skipper and Dingy at Russell
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Steve Austin counted single Orangetip Speckled Wood and Small Tortoiseshell Russell Woods. Entry updated Bristol Avonmouth Energy Facility Former Britannia Zinc Site Kings Weston Lane BioPower
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Speckled Wood x. Sid Gibson reported a Small Tortoiseshell at Moor Lane Cleadon. At Rothbury riverside Graham Beckwith recorded Small Copper of the form Large White Greenveined and Tortoiseshell
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Sittingbourne Evergreen Technologies Ltd Biofuelwatch Planning application approved September but permission not formally issued until January KCC SW and . pm very coincidental as live Wall Hexham and this where sighted it
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Entry updated West Yorkshire Former Solaglas Site Ripley Road Bradford BioGen Power Energy Recovery Limited Energos Contact coordinator ukwin be put touch with those opposing this development. Permission for increased capacity of ktpa approved October ref Source. April
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We invite collaborations to help build GEO. Peter Fletcher visited Banks Pond near Dinnington and saw Meadow Brown Ringlet Small Skipper Common Blue. On a walk from Heddon the wall Grid ref NZ down to river Tyne NZMike Taylor recorded male Orange Tips Tortoiseshell Peacock Large White
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Became operational in April Source. Future of this project thrown into doubt by August report that Scotgen on the brink bankruptcy and closure Source
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In Veolia requested further variation to indefinitely allow even more waste from afield Source. Finally on Debdon Plantation he counted Ringlet Meadow Brown Red Admiral faded Small Pearlbordered Fritillary Skipper and Dark Green
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So far . Planning application submitted August was withdrawn December following the Officer recommending refusal line Environment Agency objection to proposal See
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Graham Beckwith reports DLI Museum Durham Peacock Small Tortoiseshell Comma Purple Hairstreakall in the wasteland behind used for dump plant cuttings Hairstreaks on large oak area Greenveined White . Chris Barlow reported Single Green Hairstreak seen at Blaeberry Hill Rothbury
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Vikki Leonard reported Hummingbird Hawkmoth seen hovering around Valerian and Everlasting Cornflowers her garden Ponteland. Steve Austin saw Red Admirals at Nose point Seaham
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Listed below are the reports from onwards. He also counted Speckled Wood x Large Skipper Ringlet Meadow Brown Small Heath
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Keith Walton reported Small Copper Red Admiral Tortoiseshell Comma Peacockand Speckled Wood at Broompark. Den Gregson walked along the River Wear from Croxdale to Tudhoe and counted Orange Tip all males Large White Small Peacock very worn Tortoiseshell Speckled Wood Wall Brown Comma. Steve Austin reported the following from Chester le Street roundabout White Letter Hairstreak x Ringlet Small Skipper Tortoiseshell Shaded Broadbar moths and Narrow Bordered five spot Burnet Also at Graham Beckwith Whiteletter Hairstreaks Large Meadow Brown numerous
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Not to be confused with TV which is the same site and was proposed troubled technology. Steve Austin saw his first butterfly of the yeara Small Tortoiseshell flying through car park at Asda Boldon. He also saw couple of fresh Sixspot Burnet Moths and Narrowbordered Fivespot in the process unfurling its wings. From the north of region Malcolm Hutcheson reported following at Beal Station Large White Small Greenveined Tortoiseshel Red Admiral Skipper Speckled Wood Ringlet Dave Brien made Tees visit Bishop Middleham Quarry where saw Northern Brown Argus as well Meadow Heath Dingy worn looking but other quite fresh Common Blue and very unexpected single Dark Fritillary