2014 Wildlife spotters in the Midlands

We're tracking the wildlife that's been spotted at our places, we'd love to see what you have spotted and where. Send us your photos using #ntmidlands or email them to midlandsfacebook@nationaltrust.org.uk and we'll add them to our board.
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This beautiful fungus is called Amethyst Deceiver and was seen in the Peak District by Mark Leah

This beautiful fungus is called Amethyst Deceiver and was seen in the Peak District by Mark Leah

Beautiful Peonies at Attingham Park, spotted by Isobel Evans.

Beautiful Peonies at Attingham Park, spotted by Isobel Evans.

Burnet Moth on Scabious plant in the shrubberies at Croome, photo by Tracey Blackwell.

Burnet Moth on Scabious plant in the shrubberies at Croome, photo by Tracey Blackwell.

Tiny cranberry flowers are also adorning the Dark Peak. Thanks to Carl Hawke for this picture. 5 June 2014

Tiny cranberry flowers are also adorning the Dark Peak. Thanks to Carl Hawke for this picture. 5 June 2014

Volunteer photographer, Jill, captured this meadow brown butterfly on the Gunby Eryngium (sea holly) this week.  Visit us to see what wildlife and interesting plants you can spot at Gunby Hall and Gardens.

Volunteer photographer, Jill, captured this meadow brown butterfly on the Gunby Eryngium (sea holly) this week. Visit us to see what wildlife and interesting plants you can spot at Gunby Hall and Gardens.

The Peak District is home to lots of different species of fungus and this one, called Honey Fungus was also taken by Mark Leah

The Peak District is home to lots of different species of fungus and this one, called Honey Fungus was also taken by Mark Leah

This beautiful fungus is called Amethyst Deceiver and was seen in the Peak District by Mark Leah

This beautiful fungus is called Amethyst Deceiver and was seen in the Peak District by Mark Leah

This Oyster mushroom was taken in Fullwood Spinney in the Peak District, August 2014 by Mark Leah

This Oyster mushroom was taken in Fullwood Spinney in the Peak District, August 2014 by Mark Leah

Fungi at Lyveden New Bield sent by Marie Porter on 21 September

Fungi at Lyveden New Bield sent by Marie Porter on 21 September

Thanks to Valerie Palmer Avison who photographed this Dragonfly at Clumber Park on 21 September

Thanks to Valerie Palmer Avison who photographed this Dragonfly at Clumber Park on 21 September

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