Wanted – Wildlife Records for Rawcliffe Meadows

We know hundreds of people visit Rawcliffe Meadows, and occasionally among them we see people watching birds or looking at the flowers. Every year we write an annual report of the events, and also the wildlife sited but currently have a very small cadre of people reporting anything.

If you do use the site occasionally it’d be really good if you shared anything interesting you see be that birds, mammals, fungi, bees, spiders or  any wildlife that takes your fancy. We credit any observations in the report, and use the data to help our management.

So please, if you see anything, let our ecologist, Martin Hammond, know. His email is martinhammondecology (AT) gmail.com .

Four-spot Orb-weaver Spider

Four-spot Orb-weaver Spider

 

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