Birds in local gardens

2020-07-09T15:25:29+01:00

Birds in local gardens

While access to the woods are restricted to exercise only, and in couples or singly rather than groups, we thought it would be good to encourage people to send us photographs of birds from their gardens.

The first half dozen are from Helen and Richard Hill and feature greenfinches, robins, sparrows, goldfinches and a sparrowhawk.

If you have photographs of birds in your garden – or even photos that you took as you walked in the Woods – please send them to webadmin@friendsofcolwickwoods.co.uk and we’ll post them on the website.

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The Woods in April 2020

2020-07-09T20:06:04+01:00

The Woods in April 2020

Mrs Comery sent us some wonderful photographs of the Woods during the particularly warm and sunny April when the use of the Woods was limited to exercise only.

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Help track the effect of weather on local wildlife

2020-07-09T15:26:11+01:00

Help track the effect of weather on local wildlife

The Woodland Trust are asking for our help to track the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife near you.

What effect has recent weather had on wildlife? Does climate change affect timings in nature? Join Nature’s Calendar and help scientists discover answers to these questions.

From leaf buds bursting to blackberries ripening, let us know what’s happening near you. You’ll be contributing to a long biological record that dates back as far as 1736.

There is space to record what you see on their blog and you can download a handy date range poster here to help remind you what species to look out for at different times of year.

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