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June 2024

June 2024

The month began dry, and the Lesser Stitchwort and Birdsfoot Trefoil had begun flowering in the grassland alongside the Germander Speedwell. The Skylark was seen and heard again on the 1st over the Main Field. On the 2nd a Heron was seen on the river below the top...

Wildlife Friendly Gardens Weekend Walk – 15th June 2024

Wildlife Friendly Gardens Weekend Walk – 15th June 2024

Saturday 15th June 2024 – 3.00pm In conjunction with the first ever Ashburton Wildlife Friendly Gardens Weekend - Join us for a guided walk around our stunning 26 acre nature reserve. See the haven we have created for wildlife, with open grassland and woodland...

Wildlife Diary May 2024

Wildlife Diary May 2024

The first Crosswort was seen flowering in the Main Field on the 1st of the month. The Orchid patch was still looking magnificent as were the Bluebells and the large patches of Greater Stitchwort in the rough grass. Three Wood Mice and a Slow worm were found when...

News Bytes – April 2024

News Bytes – April 2024

News Bytes – April 2024 These news bytes have appeared on our social media pages, Facebook, X/Twitter and Instagram during the month. If you are on social media, you can support our work by following us, liking, commenting and sharing our posts. This all helps to...

Wildlife Diary April 2024

Wildlife Diary April 2024

A Mandarin Drake was in the pool above the top bridge in Corner Wood on the 1st. On the 2nd there was a pair there and a Wood Mouse under the corrugated sheet nearest to the Top Field Shelter. The Mouse was there again on the 3rd and the 4thand has built a nest.  A...

News Bytes – March 2024

News Bytes – March 2024

News Bytes – March 2024 These news bytes have appeared on our social media sites, Facebook, X, formerly known as Twitter and Instagram during the month and have been pulled together here. Thank you so much to A-Tec Design for all your hard work and generosity - we're...