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Conservation

A Ringers Year: June 2018

2nd July 2018

June 2018: Before I get around to reporting on this months activities I will summarise some returns of ‘controlled’ birds reported back to me by the BTO. These include the […]

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An update on the Farne islands Arctic terns

15th June 2018

Since 2015, The Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN) has worked on a ground-breaking project tracking the migration of the Arctic Terns nesting on the Farne Islands, Northumberland. In the […]

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Please be considerate around our Coralroots

22nd May 2018

As many of you will surely know, Gosforth Park Nature Reserve is home to a colony of a very rare Coralroot Orchids Corallorhiza trifida, so named because their underground rhizomes look […]

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The impact of bad weather on bird life in the North-East, March-April 2018

13th April 2018

A recent weather incident report on the subject of beached birds, published by Daniel M Turner, NEBBS Group Coordinator, has highlighted the negative impact of bad weather throughout March on […]

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Students take on Rhododendrons in an exciting new project

19th March 2018

A group of keen Newcastle University undergraduates got some first-hand experience of conservation work last week by helping out at Gosforth Park Nature Reserve. The volunteers took part in the […]

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