CAN member Paul Quigley read our first article regarding a Speckled Bush-cricket being found at Rocksavage. He familiarised himself with the insect as he considered that Norton Priory Museum and Gardens, Paul’s place of work, had great potential for this beast.  On Sunday, 26th August, Paul noticed a marigold with a green insect sat on top of it and hey presto; the second record for Speckled Bush-cricket. This is obviously too much of a coincidence that the only two sites for this animal is where CAN members have been stood….are they all over the place??  Keep your eyes open…