Carlton

    Pirri-pirri burr

    Pirri-pirri burr (Acaena novae-zelandiae) was originally introduced to Britain in a wool from New Zealand in 1901. More...

    Total species seen in this parish: 5

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    Welcome to Carlton

    Welcome to the Carlton NatureSpot page which gives local residents the opportunity to find out about, and contribute to our knowledge of, the wildlife in our parish. Just click on the headers of these news stories to read more.

    Recording Carlton Wildlife

    We would like more wildlife observations from the parish. So, if you've seen a species you recognise, from a Blue tit to a Bluebell, click on the header to find out what to do.

    Parish Update

    Carlton is a small rural parish and village in the attractive countryside of western Leicestershire, and the Borough of Hinckley & Bosworth. The Parish has an area of 309.565 Ha, and had 304 registered electors and 146 occupied dwellings in January 2017.


    Group Common name Latin name Last seen
    ButterfliesGatekeeperPyronia tithonus24/07/2012
    ButterfliesPainted LadyVanessa cardui29/08/2016
    Dragonflies and DamselfliesBanded DemoiselleCalopteryx splendens24/07/2012
    MammalsWater VoleArvicola amphibius29/08/2015
    WildflowersFlowering-rushButomus umbellatus29/08/2016

    Species group Total no. of species Total no. of records
    Total55
    Butterflies22
    Dragonflies and Damselflies11
    Mammals11
    Wildflowers11