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Sep 22 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Farmoor Reservoir
Come along to our moth morning identification and see what species are found at Farmoor and by the river Thames. No experience necessary, Tea/Coffee and good company provided!!
Sep 23 all-day Stansfeld Park, Headington
Stansfeld Park in Headington Quarry, Oxford is set within 18 acres of woodland with ponds, marshland and meadows. The undulating landscape results from quarrying for limestone in the area that was used to build many of Oxford’s colleges, churches and … Read More
Sep 29 – Sep 30 all-day Florence Park Community Centre
You’re welcomed to join the first national conference to build momentum AND provide tools and guidance to get forest gardens planted up and down the country. This conference brings together practitioners, teachers, researchers, enthusiasts and commissioners. It is a chance … Read More
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Oracle, Thames Valley Park, Reading
Join us for a day of talks, workshops and updates on biological recording. A great opportunity to meet other local naturalists and share news. There will also be a wildlife bookstall and space for groups to bring displays. Tickets are … Read More
Sep 30 all-day Rectory Farm Fields, Kidlington
Our last scheduled task at Rectory Farm Fields back in March was cancelled due to snow. So the plan today is to pick up work on the hedge-line where we left off at the very end of 2017. We’ll look … Read More
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm OU Museum of Natural History
Dr Philip Baker (University of Reading) will discuss how the Red Fox has become a world-wide success – but is both loathed and loved by humans. The first of Oxfordshire Mammal Group’s 2018/19 winter season of monthly Public Talks. (Join … Read More