Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Bat Boxes

Coppicing goes on despite a rather poor turn out on Wednesday. While we were there James and the bat Group brave the drizzle to check on the bat boxes.  They were a bit reticent about checking the boxes with Hornet … Continue reading

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Autumn is Here

Despite a temperature of 18 degrees Grafton starts to look autumnal.  So photographs of fungus and berries.  Still found a coupl e of Red Admirals and lots of Common Darters.

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Good News

There is good news for Graftonians (I think).  WWT and BC have managed to purchase the 7 acres of woodland at the north of the wood called locally Laight’s Rough.  The wood is an ancient coppice similar to the rest … Continue reading

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The Summer Weather Continues

Back to work parties at Grafton after a week’s holiday.  The summer weather goes on and we had good sightings of Butterflies.  We found Brimstone, Peacock, Red Admiral and Speckled Wood  – also a pic of Pink-barred Sallow on the … Continue reading

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