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Cutting at Kimpton

This Tuesday the SNCV were out at Kimpton Balancing Pond and Buffer Strip. This nature conservation site is hidden away behind the Kimpton Industrial Estate but provides a valuable wildlife corridor and pond habitat for wildlife. The focus of Tuesday’s… Continue Reading →

Problematic Plants

This Tuesday volunteers spent the day at several different sites removing two problematic plants: ground elder (Aegopodium podagraria) and ragwort (Senecio jacobaea).  The first of these, ground elder, is a perennial plant belonging to the carrot family, that is said to have… Continue Reading →

Wildflowers at Belmont Pastures

Over the last few months, big changes have been happening at Belmont Pastures. To anyone that dropped a visit to this Local Nature Reserve a few months ago you may have seen a very large dirt scrape on the northern… Continue Reading →

The Birds and the Bees!

Late last year Biodiversity Gardens received an email requesting wildlife activities for a sheltered housing scheme in central Sutton and we jumped at the chance. First things first, it is important to see what you are working with and this… Continue Reading →

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