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Birdwatcher’s Diary No.256

By Malcolm Fincham May 15 brought with it our first reasonable spell of rain in a while. One could almost hear (with a degree of imagination) the sounds of the…

Surrey Wildlife Trust Appeals To Bring Pollinators Back from the Brink

Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) has launched an ambitious appeal to help halt the decline of the county’s bees, bugs and butterflies. Money raised will be used to restore and connect…

Notice: Come See The Bees At Guildford Beekeepers Open Day At Birtley House, Sunday, May 29, 2pm – 4:30pm

Guildford Beekeepers Association are holding an Open Day at Birtley House, Bramley GU5 0LB on Sunday, May 29 from 2.00pm to 4.30pm. Free entry. There will be cream teas, honey…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.255

By Malcolm Fincham The days were starting to liven up within nature’s realm as we entered the month of May. The yellow floral colours of spring had already been joined…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.254

By Malcolm Fincham Although still settled and dry, by the last week of April temperatures had begun to cool once more. The strength of the sun was gaining in height…

Notice: Learn to Identify and Record Wildflowers and Plants

A date for your diary: Monday, June 20, when the Beautiful Burial Ground Project will run an informal session on learning to identify wildflowers and plants at St Lawrence’s Churchyard…

Volunteers Help Farmer Plant 20,000 Hedgerow Trees

By Hugh Coakley “I was completely bonkers for taking this on,” said Paula Matthews who runs the 3,000 acre Manor Farm in Wotton near Abinger Hammer which she runs with…

Beekeeper’s Notes: New Broom Sweeping Clean In The Apairy

Hugh Coakley keeps bees in Worplesdon There is a change in our household. My (very definitely) better half is getting more involved in the Coakley bees and the new broom…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.253

By Malcolm Fincham April started on a rather cool theme temperatures were remaining below our seasonal norm throughout southern counties of the UK. Single figure temperatures, sunny periods and even…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.252

By Malcolm Fincham “Then, as it was, then again it will be. “And though the course may change sometimes. “Rivers always reach the sea. “Flying skies of fortune, each a…