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Report on the Butterfly Walk 19th July 2015

Our thanks to Rachel Pateman and Penny Relf from Butterfly Conservation Yorkshire for leading a walk to look at what be done to improve the chance of butterflies and moths that inhabit or might inhabit a flood meadow and its … Continue reading

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Busy Week on the Meadows

It has been a busy few days on the Meadows. On the afternoon of Sunday 14 June our ecologist Martin Hammond led a small, damp group of people around the Copse Meadow and Reservoir Basin examining some of the deadfall … Continue reading

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A Summer of Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies at Rawcliffe Meadows

The Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows are pleased to mark their 25 years of managing the site with a series of walks and talks during 2015: Sunday 7th June 2 p.m. The Tansy Beetle: putting research into practice conserving the Jewel of … Continue reading

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