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Orchid walk: on the fly. Thursday 10th June 2021

The "Friends of Wolstonbury", http://www.wolstonbury.com/dates.htm were out in the rain today maintaining many steep flights of steps on Wolstonbury Hill, where, as the Early-purple orchids start to fade so Common-spotted', Twayblades and Butterfly orchids emerge.  And the tiny Fly orchids,…See More
Jun 4
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Butterfly and more orchids walk, Thursday 27 May 2021

The weather forecast looks favourable to see some butterflies on Thursday. A different route is planned from 12 days previously, which you can see at https://www.outdooractive.com/en/routeplanner/?fromtmpl=210596696 However, there is an escape route. You could…See More
May 25
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May 20
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BAHR Ladies delighted to see hundreds of Early-spiders...

Janice photographing Early-spider orchids on Castle Hill National Nature Reserve.Early-spider orchids: Wendy counted 70 flowers on a c.100m transept.  We also saw dozens more across the valley on Bullock Hill from the bridleway.…See More
May 20
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Eleven survivors from Peter L's nature walk

Thirteen naturalists boldly braving the weather, strode up from Pycombe old A23 cul-de-sac to the summit of the first hill. From 15 registrants there was a couple of pre-advised no shows and a couple of retirees after stile four.The remaining eleven…See More
May 15
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May 7
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Nature walk: Green-winged orchids, Bluebells and Damsel' & Dragonflies. Tuesday 27 April 2021

​This is a delightful walk of 4.6 miles starting from near All Saints church in Church Lane, Danehill, grid reference TQ402274,    Park in Church Road (click link for map). Seeing native orchids, damselflies perhaps, and bluebell woods with great views to the South Downs, the route is Tanyard…See More
Apr 25
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Apr 23
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2 miles walk around the beautiful Cowdray Forest: 2 places currently free for Wednesday 21 April

Lmited to six people this is a lovely two miles, one hour walk through the "permissive walking" Cowdray Forest. One place left as of 14:00hr 20 April.Email peter.lovett@gmail.com if interested to join, meet 10:45, leave 10:59hr.TQ306330 is the parking place 200 yards from the junction of B2110 (handcross road) and B2036 (north of Balcombe 250 yards before the Cowdray Arms pub: NOT the layby near Balcombe church)140 metres of ascent and descent: so a good work out despite the short distance.The…See More
Apr 19

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Orchid walk: on the fly. Thursday 10th June 2021

Posted on June 4, 2021 at 16:30 0 Comments

The "Friends of Wolstonbury", http://www.wolstonbury.com/dates.htm were out in the rain today maintaining many steep flights of steps on Wolstonbury Hill, where, as the Early-purple orchids start to fade so Common-spotted', Twayblades and Butterfly orchids emerge.  And the tiny…

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Butterfly and more orchids walk, Thursday 27 May 2021

Posted on May 25, 2021 at 15:00 0 Comments

The weather forecast looks favourable to see some butterflies on Thursday. A different route is planned from 12 days previously, which you can see at https://www.outdooractive.com/en/routeplanner/?fromtmpl=210596696 

However, there is…

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BAHR Ladies delighted to see hundreds of Early-spiders...

Posted on May 20, 2021 at 16:54 0 Comments

Janice photographing Early-spider orchids on Castle Hill National Nature Reserve.

Early-spider orchids: Wendy counted 70 flowers on a c.100m transept.  We also saw dozens more across the valley on…

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Eleven survivors from Peter L's nature walk

Posted on May 15, 2021 at 17:24 0 Comments

Thirteen naturalists boldly braving the weather, strode up from Pycombe old A23 cul-de-sac to the summit of the first hill.

 

From 15 registrants there was a couple of pre-advised no…

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