Tag Archives: Geoff Oxford

Tansy Beetles Need Tansy (and Other Plants)

Sunday 19 October 2014 saw the initial visible phase of a project well over a year in the planning. When volunteers planted fifty large, healthy tansy plants by the cattle grid to the north of Rawcliffe Meadows this was done … Continue reading

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Showing off the Jewel of York at Rawcliffe Meadows

One of York’s most colourful residents and one of Britain’s most endangered species (now only found along the banks of a 41km stretch of the River Ouse around York) – the Tansy Beetle – is to be on show to the … Continue reading

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