Naturalist's images around Abingdon

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A trail camera recorded a Muntjac on Barton Fields at Christmas

Little Egrets;Jack Snipe; Wasp Spider at Marcham; Black and Yellow Longhorn; and more...

Barton Fields Green Team
This Wednesday, 25 January

Wednesday 25 January

'By accident and by design:
how our individual decisions affect our garden birds'

Blue Tits enjoy peanut feeders

an illustrated talk by
Professor Mark Fellowes

People and Wildlife Research Group,
University of Reading

Tuesday 14th February

Oxford University Herbaria

Leader: Dr Stephen Harris,
Druce Curator of the Oxford University Herbaria.

full details...

Nature Needs

YOU

YOU can help wildflowers, bees, hedgehogs, swifts.... here are some ways YOU could help

Get Involved!

We encourage involvement with other naturalist groups in our area. You don't need to be an expert to start contributing to major wildlife and environmental data collection. read more...

What's On

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Barton Fields Green Team
This Wednesday, 25 January

Wednesday 25 January

'By accident and by design:
how our individual decisions affect our garden birds'

Blue Tits enjoy peanut feeders

an illustrated talk by
Professor Mark Fellowes

People and Wildlife Research Group,
University of Reading

Tuesday 14th February

Oxford University Herbaria

Leader: Dr Stephen Harris,
Druce Curator of the Oxford University Herbaria.

full details...

Naturalist's images around Abingdon

Radley Lakes: January 2017

A Heron close to the path was not bothered by our group.

read the report...

Wittenham Clumps: November 2016

Chris Parker led the walk

read the report...

Fungus Foray: October 2016

John Killick identified fungi as we found them

read the report...