Wildlife Newsletter

The Newsletter is produced from contributions sent to Margaret Cheetham who puts them all together on a regular basis – see the bottom of the Newsletter for contact details. Please also contact her if you would like back copies.

This Edition: Lichens: a Way of Life; Ugly Milkcap; Squirrel Drey:

This Edition: Know Your Brackets:

This Edition: Beating the Bounds with a Fungal Foray:

This Edition: Bird Report, Bits & Bobs, Marsh Frog:

This Edition: a walk on Black Hill, Toadflax, Waxcaps update, & Trametes versicolor on the Jubilee Trail:

This Edition: returning to the 1930s, Phlebia radiata on dead Beech, Sparrowhawk:

This Edition: Looking back at our 2020 butterflies – 33 species in the parish (and one just outside!). Hiding from the rain, An aggressive Magpie.

This Edition: Grey Squirrel, Albinism, Leucism & related colour variations:

This Edition: A Long View of Culpepper’s Dish, featuring Eileen Riglar by Dr Lesley Haskins & The Erica Trust – this article can also be seen on the Erica Trust page

This Edition: The Feathered Thorn and some extraordinary antennae. Waxcaps & Friends:

This Edition: Egyptian Goose, Young Blackbird, Leucistic Blackbirds: