Archive for November 2019

Ride and Glade management 2

Autumn and winter 2019 is upon us and we have been soaked with high levels of rainfall here in South Devon. Rainfall August saw 4.04 inches, September saw 4.54 inches and October a whopping 9.05 inches. This is in contrast to last year whereby we didn’t see any significant rainfall until the latter part of…

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THE JAY

our species and plans (4) The Jay Garrulus glandarius. Status: secure. Habitat: Generally a woodland bird but will also inhabit farmland, parks and large gardens. Seen in England, Wales and Southern Scotland but not in the northern parts. Identification: Easy to identify, has a very visible blue panel on the wings, short thick dark bill,…

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USEFUL LINKS

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devonwildlifetrust.org

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devonbatproject.org

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woodlandtrust.org

This website and blog is about Steve and Tamara's ongoing project in South Devon hoping that over time the benefits of their management will be clearly evident in providing continued habitat for some of our most vulnerable species.