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Nature Diary entry by Ruddyocus

2018-01-22 13:08:33
14th-Today I went to Alford Manor House for a Wildlife Watch meeting. There were Aconites & Snow

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Nature Diary entry by Wood_illa

2018-01-21 15:21:43
Today I started watching the birds in the garden - I never realised how many birds we had in our gar

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Nature Diary entry by Otteratas

2018-01-18 14:03:04
i hung up some pinecone and lard bird feeders that i made and i cant wait for them to come!

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Nature Diary entry by Avocet_ega

2018-01-16 19:44:37
happy new year! in recent days we have seen female and male bullfinches and we have seen 5 goldfinc

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Nature Diary entry by Mallarduxus

2018-01-15 17:04:31
For more information on each meeting, and to book (booking essential, please) contact: Mary Porter 0

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Nature Diary entry by Starlagri

2018-01-15 16:53:01
Meetings are usually Sundays from 10am to noon unless shown otherwise. Accompanied children only -

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Nature Diary entry by Poplarela

2018-01-15 16:40:48
Whisby Education Centre runs Wildlife Watch for youngsters aged between 5 and 12. At: Whisby Educat

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Nature Diary entry by Otterita

2018-01-15 16:11:33
The meetings are held between 10am and noon and we request a donation of £1 per child (unless otherw

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Nature Diary entry by Beetludes

2018-01-15 16:05:28
Most sessions take place from 2.00 until 4.00 pm at the venues stated above. The cost is £1.00 for e

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Nature Diary entry by Harryogus

2018-01-15 16:00:46
We usually meet on the first Sunday of each month at Far Ings Education & Visitor Centre, Far I

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