I am pleased to welcome new members Paul and Ann Davis. Paul is the treasurer of Butterfly Conservation (Yorks) and the society has offered to loan a moth trap to one member who is interested in recording moths this year. All they ask is that you put the trap out on average once a week […]

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I went for a walk along a local path in Scotland and found four examples of Hair Ice. Something new to me. I thought it might be of interest to your members Ian McDonald. (guest) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hair_ice

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Despite these difficult times, we will be continuing with some outdoor meetings, but these will be restricted to society members only, and will be in line with Government restrictions that apply at the time. Of course, individuals are encouraged to continue independent survey work, but for group meetings, and only where permitted, members will be […]

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Dear Member I have been asked to let you know that the last two meetings in August on the programme will be going ahead (see below). The meeting on August 9th is cancelled. August 12th Wednesday, Fen Carr Hedgerows near Fosterhouses, lead by Colin Howes. Meet on Geeseness lane at SE659154 at 10.30.   The nearest […]

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Join the Great Yorkshire Creature Count: 24 hours in search of the wildlife on our doorsteps! Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is on a mission to count all the plants and animals that are hiding in our gardens, yards and window boxes in just 24 hours – and we need your help! Sign up today to take […]

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Broad Oaks Farm and riverside walk has been rescheduled. Due to the corona virus restrictions, which only allow six persons to meet together, two new walks have been arranged for the 9th June and the 17th June, thus allowing five members to attend each meeting to join the leader, Caroline Barrass. Those attending should meet […]

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