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Hedgelaying at Anton Crescent Wetlands

 On Tuesday 20th January the Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers were carrying out the traditional practice of hedgelaying at Anton Crescent Wetlands.  Hedgelaying is typically carried out on agricultural sites to provide boundaries for fields or to keep livestock enclosed. But… Continue Reading →

Mysterious Moths

The latest in our series of Beginners workshops focused on the ecology and identification of macro moths, which was no easy feat as there are over 2,500 moth species in the UK, 900 of which are macro moths. We started… Continue Reading →

A weekend of wildlife

– From bugs and bees to plants and trees Last weekend, the Biodiversity Gardens Project hosted their annual BioBlitz event at Sutton Ecology Centre. The BioBlitz was aimed at gathering as many species records as possible within 24 hours from… Continue Reading →

Life As A Biodiversity Surveying Assistant

By Matt Pendry. As summer comes to an end, and the Biodiversity Gardens Project starts to wind down, my six month contract as a Biodiversity Surveying Assistant for the project has now ended.  I can happily say that I have… Continue Reading →

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