The Wildlife and Wildlife Sites of Rushcliffe

I have direct knowledge of the mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, moths, grasshoppers, crickets, dragonflies, fish, damselflies, birds and vascular plants that occur here and this has been supplemented by data from published sources. For other insect orders, the data has almost entirely been abstracted from internet data sources. Jerry Clough has kindly provided the data on plant galls.

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Discover Rushcliffe and its Wildlife 2016

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with Neil Pinder

Grantham Canal. Saturday July 30th and Tues Aug 2nd

Old Wood, Bunny. Sunday 7th August and Thursday 11th August.

Holme Pierrepont. Saturday 13th August and Thursday 18th August.

Wilwell Cutting and Wilford Claypits. Sunday 21st August and Tuesday 23rd August

Cotgrave Forest. Saturday 27th August and Thursday 1st September

Keyworth Meadow. Sunday 4th September and Tuesday 6th September

Each session will run from 9.00am till 3.00pm and is £10 per person with 10% being passed on to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. In the event of a washout, dates will be rearranged.

Booking is essential to ensure numbers are a maximum of 6. so that everyone gets to see and hear about Rushcliffe's wonderful wildlife. We will be looking at plants, birds, mammals, fish, butterflies, dragonflies, grasshoppers, crickets and anything else that puts in an appearance!

Please email Neil at neil.pinder@ntlworld.com or telephone 07981 928402

Cotgrave Forest Nature Walk

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Leader Neil Pinder

Meet at Laming Gap Lane at 10.00am on Sunday 24th July 2016 for a 3 hour discovery of the flora and fauna (especially the butterflies if the weather is favourable) of this most important Rushcliffe habitat.

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