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Riff Raff Diary for September

Riverbank tales from our local St Catherine’s Lengthsman/Weirkeeper by Robert Craig The refurbished Riff Raff weir is nearing completion and [at the time of writing] will be operational by early…

Why Are Squirrels Going Nuts?

Squirrels seem to be frenetic in their activity to prepare for the coming winter. Do they know something we don’t? Some believe it is a sign of a harsh winter…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.20

[thethe-image-slider name=”Birdwatcher’s Diary 20″] By Malcolm Fincham Although the weather remained warm during the last week of September, subtle changes were starting to be noticed. This was especially evident to…

Richard’s Wey September 2012

The latest of our riverbank tales from the local Stoke lengthsman Richard Cant The River Wey and Godalming Navigations are owned and maintained by the National Trust for the benefit…

Inside and Out – A Really Wild Day in Worplesdon!

The wild side of Worplesdon was on show on Saturday (September 29) – at a day of events hosted by its United Reformed Church (URC) and Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT).…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.19

By Malcolm Fincham On Tuesday, September 17, I got together with a small posse of bird watching pals on a venture to Pennington Marsh at Keyhaven on the Hampshire coast.…

Photographers Drawn To Nature Win Great Prizes

A field of poppies and a stunning shot of trees reflected in water are the winners in a photographic competition. Organised by Guildford’s White Lion Walk shopping centre, the winners…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.18

[thethe-image-slider name=”Birdwatcher’s Diary 18″] By Malcolm Fincham During the second week of September my wife and I went on a sight seeing trip to south Devon. However, I couldn’t resist…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.17

[thethe-image-slider name=”Birdwatcher’s Diary 17″] By Malcolm Fincham An end to the month of August brought a second full moon, often referred to as a blue moon (in name only) because…

Riff Raff Diary for August 2012

Riverbank tales from our local St Catherine’s Lengthsman/Weirkeeper by Robert Craig The drier days of August have made the task of catching up with the strimming and mowing along the…