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Month December 2016

The Future of the Brown Hairstreak (Thecla betulae)

This is something of a follow up to Joe Grainger’s great blog post last year  – covering many of the reasons behind surveying for Brown Hairstreak eggs, and methodology of BH conservation efforts undertaken on many of the sites we help… Continue Reading →

Future flowers

Over the past few months, a huge effort has been invested by SNCV and local Queen Mary’s Woodland volunteers to bring future floral splendour to the woodland. Nature conservation is a discipline that is always informed by science and occasionally,… Continue Reading →

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