Jill’s lenten quiz

QUESTION 1
What is the flower in the picture?
a) Ramsons
b) Snowdrop
c) Lily of the Valley

QUESTION 2
Can you identify this spring flower?

QUESTION 3
Can you identify this spring flower which can be found on hedge banks and woodland clearings?

QUESTION 4
Can you identify this tree from the picture of the male and female flowers?

QUESTION 5
Can you identify the tree from the male and female flowers?

QUESTION 6
Of which Elm are these buds from?

QUESTION 7
What sort of organism is this?
a) Plant Gall
b) Fungi
c) Lichen

QUESTION 8
Which plant was collected and dried in large quantities for the Great War?
a) Coltsfoot
b) Crocus
c) Sphagnum Moss

QUESTION 9
Which two British mammals turn white in winter?

QUESTION 10
Which Raptor generated a great deal of interest on the Uplands locally in 2020?

CAN YOU NAME THE BRITISH WILD FLOWER FROM THESE STATEMENTS
QUESTION 11
Shabby Bird

QUESTION 12
Amphibian Linen

QUESTION 13
‘They seek him here, they seek him there’

QUESTION 14
Prudish National Emblem

QUESTION 15
Is this insect a
a) wasp
b) hoverfly
c) solitary bee?

QUESTION 16
What sort of insect is this?
a) cockroach
b) soldier beetle
c) long horn beetle

QUESTION 17
Can you name this bird and what family does it belong to?

QUESTION 18
Can you identify this bird and can you name the plant which is believed it spreads?

QUESTION 19
Can you identify this secretive bird ?

QUESTION 20
Can you name this bird and what family does it belong to? Where in Barnsley town centre does it roost?

Answers available at Easter!

Images of birds: Thanks Ron Marshall

Jill’s quiz – now with answers

Here is Jill’s traditional quiz. We normally have her quiz at our Barnsley Nats Christmas Social but this year it’s online!

The answers are hidden at first so you can still do the quiz and then look at the answers!

First of all ten butterflies or moths to identify …


Here are the answers to Jill’s butterfly and moth quiz …
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And a second section of the quiz on flowering plants – again identify them with their common name.


Here are the answers to Jill’s flowering plant quiz …
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Hope you enjoyed the quiz.
All the best for 2021.
Best wishes Jill and Doug.