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Report of Alexandra Park Bat Walk Wednesday 6th September 2017

On Wednesday evening, Alexandra Park hosted a Bat Walk provided by the Alexandra Park Wildlife Forum and the Greater Manchester Ecology Unit (GMEU).  The event was held between 7:30pm and 9:30pm and started with a Presentation given by representatives from … Continue reading

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A New Community Garden in Whalley Range!

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TODAY! Urban Naturalist at Manchester Museum

Urban Naturalist Event to be held at the following time, date, and location: Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (BST) Manchester Museum Oxford Road M13 9PL Manchester United Kingdom View Map Attend Event David Winnard is … Continue reading

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URBAN NATURALIST at MANCHESTER MUSEUM

Free event to be held at the following time, date, and location: Saturday, July 29, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (BST) Manchester Museum Oxford Road M13 9PL Manchester United Kingdom “David Winnard is a naturalist and forager from Greater … Continue reading

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Sunday Butterfly (& bird) walk on Chorlton Meadows

You’re invited to a ‘Butterflies of Early Summer‘ walk this Sunday (7th May). The walk will be led by local aurelian (butterfly-watcher), copland smith.             Orange Tip male Meet: Ivy Green Car Park on Brookburn … Continue reading

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Alex Park wildlife forum – invitation to join

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Now that the renovation works are more or less complete, the focus of attention is back on ongoing management. To support this, there are various forums that have been set up to represent different interest groups: wildlife, heritage, arts & … Continue reading

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Plant survey results

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Here’s the top 5 most interesting finds, as described by Dave Bishop. Musk (Mimulus moschatus). This is an introduced plant from Western North America. It is now found over most of the British Isles – but I’ve not seen it … Continue reading

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