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Big Butterfly Count - Saturday 25th July 2015

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13/11/2015 - Wildlife & Geological Links added

This page lists links which we hope will be useful for wildlife research and promote a greater understanding of the natural environment.  Information can be found This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.on bats, snakes/reptiles, mammals including the Nottinghamshire Mammal atlas, flowers, grasses, birds and butterfly's.  Later, it is hoped to commence a gallery of wildlife photo's anda  members blog.  If you are interested in any aspect of this please let me know - as well if you spot any mistakes.  No-one is perfect!

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12/11/2015 How to report wildlife and other sightings

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11/11/2015 - Site Update information

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Forest Road Nature Area Plan

ADC, has following comments from ACCESS updated the management plan for the Forest Road Nature Area. In additin, a sum of money has been allocated to improve this facility.

ACCESS Chair Peter Olko & Vice Chair Robert Collier, both who frequent this area regularly with their grandchildren welcome this initiative. This will turn a sadly neglected overgrown area of Annesley Woodhouse into a stunning wildlife area to be enjoyed by the local residents, local schools and employees of Sherwood Business Park, who frequently use this area either to access work or during leisure breaks. We advocate that you read the PLAN so that you can understand the potential and become involved to leave a living legacy for future generations.

 

27th June 2014 - report on joint walk - ACCESS/NWT

Joint walk by ACCESS and Mansfield & Ashfield Local Group of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust (NWT) on evening of 27th June 2014 proved a great success in uncovering rare plants and animals.

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