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Louise Hill
January 14, 2008, 12:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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The Society is planning to issue another edition of 'The Doncaster Naturalist' over the coming year.  We already have a good number of articles but more would be welcome.

The earlier ten editions of the 1st Volume will be made available to download as a pdf.  This involves scanning in the paper originals and so will take a bit of time - so please bear with me!

Volume 1 No1 (1982) has been completed and will be available from the website soon.
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Louise Hill
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Volume 1 Numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 now also completed - only 5 more to go...
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Louise Hill
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All ten issues of the Doncaster Naturalist have now been been scanned and are available as .pdf documents.  These will be put on the Forum shortly.

Now I need to get on with the new 2008 edition.   So far I have contributions on the following topics:

A Historical Review of the Royal Fern Osmunda regalis L. the Doncaster region. C. Howes, M Limbert, M Oliver and I McDonald

A Preliminary History of Woodland of the Doncaster district with particular reference to the parish of Cantley.  D Allen

Bird's Wing Moth.  S Hill

Gainsborough's Mystery Cetacean.   L Hill

Parliamentary land enclosures  in the Doncaster metropolitan borough: an influence on landscape change during the 18th and 19th centuries. C. A. Howes

Where have all the flowers gone? The disappearance of rare and scarce plants in the Doncaster district.   C Howes & B Marsh

Rosebay Willowherb, Chamerion angustifolium -The successful adaptation of a plant to our changing world.  T Higginbottom

Sycamore Moth K Bramhald

Plant Galls are Fascinating.  T. Higginbottom

William Casson - A naturalist - M Limbert

White Dog Droppings: A declining habitat in the modern world.  C. Howes





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Vol. 1 No. 2



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The missing Edition (No 4), is attached.




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