Tag: identification skills

In Nicky’s lockdown garden

From the viewpoint of an enthusiastic amateur living alone, with nowhere to go and time on her hands, I have been looking more at life in my garden (much to the amusement of the neighbors seeing the mad woman standing motionless staring at her hedge with a camera in hand, and also entertaining a couple […]

Maggie’s Spring notes

You may know Maggie Frankum – she is our resident bumble bee expert and has been involved with wildlife for many years.  From her house on Chapel Lane Maggie is sending me notes of what she has seen.  I am posting these in chronological order for your enjoyment and delight. 26th March Some things associated […]

Butterfly Identification Talk and Walk – 30th June 2018

Painted Lady butterfly

Saturday 30th June 2018, 10.00am to 1.00pm Knighton Parish Centre Lounge, Church Lane, Knighton LE2 3WG Knighton Park Sensory Garden, LE2 3YQ £1 members, £3 non-members Urban green spaces, such as gardens and parks, are important habitats for butterflies as their numbers are decreasing dramatically, particularly in the intensively farmed countryside. Butterflies are good environmental […]

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