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This involves doing a course called 'PADI Open Water' and teaches you to dive safely to a maximum depth of 18 Meters (Approximately 60 feet) This open water course is the most common diving qualification in the world and it will be readily accepted by all diving operations all over the world.

Diving safely requires some fairly specialized facilities and we use a full sized pool in Hoddesdon in Herts as well as doing theoretical learning at our dive centre in Elsenham, just 35 minutes from Chelmsford in Essex.

In TQ5191 5 more Small Coppers - 4 nectaring on Devil's-bit Scabious near the Deer Park and 1 on Foxes Hill. Purple Emperor 4 Purple Hairstreak 5 White-letter Hairstreak 4 Speckled wood 2 Large Skipper 8 Small Skipper 5 Ringlet 85 Meadow Brown 40 Small Tortoiseshell 2 Green-veined White 8 Small White 1Bob Clift and I were shown the PE hotspots in the forest by David Clarke and although we didn't see any PEs, 3 Purple Hairstreaks were seen at these spots. Spent a sunny morning in both woods and saw 10 silver-washed fritillaries in both woods, 20 marbled white in Sugley Wood, numerous meadow brown and 100 ringlets, 3 tortoiseshell in both woods, 2 small heath in Sugley Wood, numerous large skippers and one small skipper, 2 or 3 speckled wood and 1 comma in Gamlingay Wood. (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo )Cloudy with sunny spells, about 2pm, went around the 'Butterfly walk'; 2 Tortoiseshell, 3 unspecified White, 1 Speckled Wood. It continued to shine while I changed my shoes and up to a short distance on section 1. (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo )Late am: 2 White-letter Hairstreaks on the small elms along the A12 central reservation at Paines Brook (my first of the year) then another 2 over taller elms further east along the A12, seen from the Harold Hill side. From to 2pm, sun and cloud, fairly windy - saw 12 black hairstreaks on the usual ride, male and female with one egg-laying female. (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo photo )14 large skipper, 3 brimstone, 13 common blue, 7 small tortoiseshell, 3 painted lady, 1 speckled wood, 167 meadow brown, 71 small heath.

Also 5 Small Coppers incl 4 nectaring on ragwort, 2 Large White, 1 Small White, 4 Red Admiral and 2 Speckled Wood. We were looking at butterfly habitat in the park admiring the abundant ringlets and M.browns when we came across it nectaring on knapweed in grassland south of the Visitor Centre TQ520921. Ringlet c50; Holly Blue 4; Small White 6; Comma 7 (all very fresh); Red Admiral 2; Marbled White 3; White-letter Hairstreak 16 ; Meadow Brown c20; Speckled Wood 3; Large White 2; Essex Skipper 1; Large Skipper 2. Afternoon ramble in Belfairs Woods for 3 1/2 hours. The Rock-roses have been battered by the hail and very little is in flower yet. Also came across 5 speckled wood but no other ever first brood Common Blue count - 14 (in 8 years), Brown Argus 1, Small Heath 9, Meadow Brown 3, Large Skipper 1, Small Tortoiseshell 3, including courting pair - observed for 30 mins before flying off into scrub, presumably to mate.All the butterflies except the last species were seen in the fields with fleabane near The Osiers. Sunny morning with very little wind, saw only a few butterflies: 10 speckled wood, 2 small white, 1 large white, 1 green-veined white (very tatty)and 1 male orange tip as well as one Mother Shipton moth.Main rides walked only, with the following noted: Red Admiral x11, Comma x4, Painted Lady x1, Small White x1, Green-Veined White x6, Speckled Wood x6, Meadow Brown x1, Small Copper x1, with several more unident Whites.1 wall seen on seawall buffering Canvey Wick SSSI. (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo )Small Tortoiseshell, Comma, White Admiral, Silver-washed Fritillary, Purple Emperor, Large white, Speckled Wood, Ringlet, Meadow Brown, Gatekeeper, Large Skipper, Small Skipper, Purple Hairstreak, Black Hairstreak A great late morning/early afternoon visit. Comma - 1; Meadow Brown 2; Ringlet 3; Purple Hairstreaks - 22 . (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo )The first warm and sunny afternoon for days and the first of four sightings in the local area during the last 24 hours.Once you have the basic qualification you may wish to enhance and extend your diving skills and we can train you in speciality work like diving with enriched air and greatly extend your maximum time under water.We also have courses on things like wreck diving which enables you to dive safely in the many hundreds of shipwrecks around the UK coast.

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This section of seawall around Canvey Wick SSSI has been left deliberately uncut until late in the season by the Environment Agency for several years due to important botanical and invertebrate communities. Seen East of the big jetty, along the seawall and in the 'Horse' field next to the banking: 3-4 Clouded Yellows, x5 Wall (One pair in Cop), 2x Brown Argus, 1x Common Blue, 2x Small Heath, 2x Small White. Plus 14 unspecified Skippers and 16 unspecified Whites. (Photo(s) supplied: photo photo )Small Tortoiseshell, Comma, Peacock, Painted Lady, Small white, Large white, Green-veined white, Speckled Wood, Small Heath, Ringlet, Meadow Brown, Gatekeeper, Large Skipper, Small Skipper, Holly Blue, Common Blue17Large skipper 19 small/Essex skipper,9 small white, 11 large white, 2 green veined white, 2 common blue, 3 holly blue,1 peacock, 2 painted lady, 7 small tortoiseshell, 1 speckled wood, 3 gatekeeper, 388 meadow brown, 242 ringlet, 39 small heath. 3 silver Y, 1 cinnabar, 2 shaded broad bar Small Tortoiseshell, Comma, Red Admiral, Small white, Large white, Green-veined white, Speckled Wood, Ringlet, Meadow Brown, Large Skipper, Small Skipper, Essex Skipper, White-letter Hairstreak, Purple Hairstreak, Holly Blue3 Essex Skipper, 30 Small Skipper ( some unidentified E/S skippers), 20 Large Skipper, 1 Large White, 4 Green-veined White, 2 Small White (also 4 unidentified whites), 3 Holly Blue, 10 White-letter Hairstreak, 2 Purple Hairstreak, 11 Comma, 1 Red Admiral, 2 Small Tortoiseshell, 5 Speckled Wood, 100 Ringlet and 160 Meadow Browns incl 2 mating pairs. Many LS and MB were on bramble clumps in the tall grassland and along the woodland edge. Large numbers of Speckled Wood, good numbers of Ringlet, Meadow Brown, Large Skippers, at least 4 Silver Washed Fritillary showing well along the main Ride, also one White Admiral. On our way back up the ride many thanks to Chris who pointed out a Black Hairstreak feeding on a blackberry bush (Photo(s) supplied: photo )6 Marbled White and 3-4 Ringlet, plus numerous skippers (sorry I'm not sure if essex) and awash with Meadow Browns.