Monthly Archives: July 2014

Tansy Beetle Appears in Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust Newsletter

The Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust have published a piece on Buglife, a partner of theirs, and the work going on  to help conserve the Tansy Beetle. Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust newsletter article about Buglife and TB Advertisements

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PondNet Training in Yorkshire

We are running a series of training events in 2014 to introduce the survey methods and get people started. All training session are for adults and are suitable for beginner to intermediate levels. Sun 27th July – Identifying and surveying … Continue reading

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The Next Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party is on Sunday 27th July 2014 from 10:30 by the New Meadow

The next Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party is on Sunday 27th July 2014 from 10:30 near the New Meadow (near the crossroads of the allotment track and the N65 cycle track – any queries of how to get there, … Continue reading

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Do Tansy Beetles Fly?

The opinion among the UK’s Tansy Beetle observers has always been that the beetle doesn’t fly. This is not uncommon among beetles (coleoptera), even when they have functional wing cases (elytra), but work and observations by Dr Geoff Oxford, and … Continue reading

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Bootham Boys Bash Balsam Brilliantly

On Tuesday 1st July Rawcliffe Meadows played host to a group of students from Bootham School who we helping us as a part of the whole school’s day of volunteering. The group, having walked along the River Ouse to us, … Continue reading

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