‘Friends’ want to build up a list of wildlife
seen in the Woods and need your help! We want to know about the birds,
and insects that use the area, as well as the plants and fungi that you
to give a date, the name of the species, and whereabouts you saw it (a
reference (use this grid map click here)
best, but a brief description of the area will do).
is often useful, e g A Song Thrush carrying nesting
Muntjac gnawing the bark on a young tree; six Painted Ladies nectaring
thistles; a Blackcap overwintering. Early arrivals and late
always worth recording. Because of the sensitive nature of some of your
sightings there may be a delay before these are put on the
website, or the
precise location may not be given - we do not want to see disturbance
nesting birds, or the picking of rare plants! Please help build up a
what you see - it may not be rare, but if it interests you,
likely to interest other users of the woods. Thank you.
of the great range of flora and fauna, we have split the task of
sightings. Send your sightings of birds and plants to Judith Knight, by
Morrisey has volunteered to take sightings of
reptiles and amphibians, bees, wasps, ants, flies (including
hoverflies in particular), grasshoppers and crickets, bugs and spiders.
email him at email@example.com.
monthly list collated by Judith - click
here ; by Rory click
to see Tony’s page click here.
‘spotters’ are keen amateur naturalists
there will be a mixture of ‘spots’ by all!
year April had 32.0mm compared to this years 47.5mm. The wet period
starting in the last half of 2019 carries on and despite the mud drying
up during the first 2 weeks of April - it's back again.
Still the Bluebells have put on a good show! (See Selected Photo)
Data supplied by Dave & Sue BoothClick here to see their historical records for rainfall in Linslade Wood