What to look out for on Hartlebury Common

Hartlebury Common is home to many rare and endangered species of animal and plant. For example, many of the moths found on the common are more usually found in coastal parts of the country.   We hope visitors to the Common will find these pages a useful aid to identifying some of the amazing variety of flora and fauna to be seen.

If you spot anything interesting on the Common or you would like help identifying something, please let us know by emailing us at:      sightings@hartleburycommon.org.uk

Click on the boxes below to see what you might find if you visit Hartlebury Common.

Bees & Wasps

Beetles

Birds

Butterflies

Dragonflies & Damselflies

Flora

Fungi

Grasshoppers & Crickets

Moths

Reptiles & Amphibians

Photos used within the Flora and Fauna section by kind permission of: Jason Kernohan, Rosemary Winnall, Mike Lomax, Mike Williams, Mike Averill, Gary Farmer, Claire Workman, Gail Hampshire, Roger Wasley, Anita Gowing and Paul Hopwood

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