Apr 13 2021

Monitoring the Herd

When the medieval inhabitants of the Teign valley introduced a herd of fallow deer to Whiddon Deer park, they could scarcely have imagined that 500 years later, we would be counting their descendants as they wander through Fingle Woods at night. It would be even...

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Apr 12 2021

Back in the Woods at Grappenhall

Members of Grappenhall Woods Woodland Working group were delighted to finally be back out enjoying the woods again last Sunday. After so many months of absence it was fantastic to be out on the site,  in a COVID safe way enjoying the outdoors and the beautiful...

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Apr 07 2021

Looking back to snow days

A belated thank you to Hucking Orchard volunteers, Raymond and Daniela Kenward for this beautiful photo taken a few months ago when winter had the woodland in its grip. Blizzard conditions blew snow onto just one side of these trees in Stubbs Wood, creating an...

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Apr 06 2021

Personal safety

Personal Safety – A Gentle Reminder.   The horrible tragedy of Sarah Everard being murdered has made most people think about the safety of themselves and their loved ones – myself included.   Also, with the recent lockdowns and nationwide covid restrictions our volunteering offer has been greatly reduced,...

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Apr 01 2021

Pine Martens at Cwm Mynach, Barmouth

UK Pine martens suffered a dramatic decline in the 19th Century due to persecution. Since 2015 their numbers have been increasing in mid-Wales thanks to a translocation and monitoring project headed by the Vincent Wildlife Trust.   Matthew Davies is a keen wildlife photographer who volunteers with...

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Mar 29 2021

An Industrious Rural Landscape

Devon’s landscapes are often considered to be among the most beautiful and diverse in the country. From the wind-swept moors and steep river valleys of Dartmoor, rolling through the lush green hills of south Devon to the towns, estuaries and beaches along the sparkling coast,...

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