Helping wildlife on Sutton's doorstep

Month April 2014

Have YOU explored Sutton’s wildlife sites? Whether you have or not, we want to hear from you! The Council are currently putting together a printed ‘Explorer Map’ for the community to raise awareness about nature sites within London Borough of Sutton…. Continue Reading →

Chalk Grassland Habitats

 This week we are shining the spotlight on chalk grassland habitats. Here in Sutton we are lucky enough to have several chalk grassland sites, including: Cuddington Meadows, Avenue Primary School Nature Area, Carshalton Road Pastures, Devonshire Avenue Nature Area, Wellfield Grasslands… Continue Reading →

Species Spotlight: the European Honey Bee

Many of you will probably be aware that bees have featured heavily in the news recently. Perhaps the most startling news is that recent research has revealed that almost a third of honeybee colonies in the UK died in the… Continue Reading →

Carew Manor Wetlands Nature Area

On 1st April, the SNCV were off to Carew Manor Wetlands to cut back some of the overgrown grass and vegetation on the site. Carew Manor Wetlands is a small wetlands site tucked away in Beddington Park. It’s a great… Continue Reading →

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