Archive for 2021

RSPB Meeting | 22nd Jun, 2021

Phil Henderson from the RSPB has kindly offered members a walk around one of their managed woods near Battle in East Sussex.  He will be pointing out the management techniques they have been using in the woodland as a way of improving the habitat for bird life and the flora and fauna they rely on.

The meeting will be on  Friday 23rd of July, starting at 10 am promptly, a two hour circular walk of the wood then back to the meeting place where Phil will be available to answer any questions.  Please bring your own refreshments/lunch if required.  Unfortunately there are no toilet facilities on site, though of course plenty of trees, or stop in Battle on the way through

Numbers are limited so please book early if we are oversubscribed there is a possibility of holding it again  later in the Autumn/early Winter. Details of the meeting place will be sent out by email prior to the meeting.

To book a place, email [email protected]

Richard Hare

June News | 21st Jun, 2021

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SWOG Online Talks | 10th May, 2021

The birds and the bees

We hope to be able to arrange woodland meetings later in the year, but have recently hosted two very successful online presentations that are available on YouTube. Read more …

UK Squirrel Accord – Project Update | 27th Mar, 2021

There has been an interesting progress report from the UK Squirrel Accord, who are midway through their project of finding a species specific oral contraception for the invasive non-native grey squirrel.

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Bumblebees and trees | 23rd Mar, 2021

Thanks to Gill Perkins, the CEO of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust for her fascinating presentation on why bumblebees are so important as pollinators, the threats to their habitat and what woodland owners can do to help them.


March News | 23rd Mar, 2021

February News | 17th Feb, 2021

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December news | 08th Jan, 2021

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