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In the category: Reptiles
By Richard Michette. This enchanting walk (the old railway track) a Local Nature Reserve, was surveyed by George Millins in 2013 when he found an alarming reduction in the reptile population from surveys he carried out some years previously. In fact only one slowworm and one common lizard were seen. That autumn and winter he […]
St Mary’s churchyard is cared for by a group of volunteers for the benefit of both people and wildlife. In celebration of the beautiful surrounding landscape and the varied species found within it a circular walk was created to allow visitors and residents to observe the habitats and wildlife associated with the village. Copies of […]
In 2008 approximately 130 adults and children helped create this 3.3 acre woodland adjacent to St Lawrence’s Church as part of the Branchlines Community Woodland Project. Over 500 bare-rooted trees were planted including species such as hawthorn, oak, beech, hazel, yew, mountain ash and buddleia. Paths were cut so that visitors can walk amongst the trees, a wildlife pond […]
The wildlife area adjacent to the River Stour is managed by the Bakers Mill Association. The habitat here consists of lush river bank and a beautiful mill pond with areas of scrub, mature trees and grassland. The Bakers Mill Community Association was formed by the residents of the Bakers Mill development in Great Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk. Following […]