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The fungus is bright and beautiful

Scarlet Elfcup fungus.

Scarlet Elfcup fungus; Fragrant Bracket fungus; Sparrowhawk stuck in a bush; Fat Robins; very early fledged Robins; a Heron enjoying a garden pond;  and more...

Naturalists' News

The fungus is bright and beautiful

Scarlet Elfcup fungus.

Scarlet Elfcup fungus; Fragrant Bracket fungus; Sparrowhawk stuck in a bush; Fat Robins; very early fledged Robins; a Heron enjoying a garden pond;  and more...

Wednesday 25th April

‘The Oxford Ragwort Story and Other Botanical Tales’

Oxford Ragwort was introduced from Sicily

Speaker: Prof Simon Hiscock
Director, Oxford Botanic Garden

full details...

Nature Needs

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

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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...

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Wednesday 25th April

‘The Oxford Ragwort Story and Other Botanical Tales’

Oxford Ragwort was introduced from Sicily

Speaker: Prof Simon Hiscock
Director, Oxford Botanic Garden

full details...

Oxford University Herbaria: February 2018

Our guide was  Dr Stephen Harris, Druce Curator of the Herbaria

Naturalist's images around Abingdon


Farmoor Reservoir, Birdwatching: January 2018

The group stopped as Gulls flew overhead.

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Hitchcopse Pit: November 2017

There were many Mosses to identify.

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Pond Dipping: September 2017

The final job was to list all the species seen.

read the report...