March’s Results: Find Wildlife From Home Survey

The warm and sunny spells at the end of March were the perfect prompt to get insects more active in search of pollen and nectar. You will notice bumblebees, in particular (not just due to their size!), buzzing around your garden more as we progress through spring.

You can encourage bumblebees, and other nectar loving insects, into your garden with spring flowering plants, such as Pulmonaria ‘Blue Ensign’ (Lungwort) and Primula vulgaris (Primroses).

Please note we are now also on Instagram, so do follow us to see photo submissions for this survey, as they come in!

Here are the species you spotted in March.



Black bird, Turdus merula3  


Black Garden Ant, Lasius niger30  


Buff-tailed Bumblebee, Bombus terrestris4  


Chaffinch, Fringilla coelebs 


Dunnock, Prunella modularis2  


Honey bee, Apis mellifera2  


Long-tailed Tit, Aegithalos caudatus3  


Missing sector orb spider, Zygiella x-notata1  


Sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus 


Wood Pigeon, Columba palumbus1 


We also received some great photos:

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 our ‘Enter a Quick Wildlife Record’ form. You can also submit a photo through this form.

Enter a Quick Wildlife Record

Alternatively, you can upload multiple records at the same time, by filling in one of our recording sheets and submitting this through our ‘Upload Multiple Wildlife Records’ form.

Upload Multiple Wildlife Records
Wildlife Recording Sheet View Printable PDF
Wildlife Recording Sheet Download Fillable Form

*This survey is specifically receiving submissions of wildlife sightings seen on the Manhood Peninsula, below Chichester, which includes: Apuldram, Donnington, Earnley, East Wittering, Bracklesham, Hunston, North Mundham, Selsey, Sidlesham, West Wittering, South Mundham, plus West Itchenor and Birdham.

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