Conservation Work 17 & 18 September 2020

This week we worked on clearing the original pathway and making is suitable to walk on again as well as some essential work on a willow tree that had broken over the pathway. With much of it still hanging above the pathway local ranger Alf came by to help us make it a safe area and constructed a “diversion” around the falling limb from the path to make the area safe until the tree limb can be properly removed.

We also tucked into some good ole fire cooked breakfasts/lunches and everyone really enjoyed the social side to a real fire and a good cuppa.


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Oniscus Asellus

Sat Sep 19 , 2020
Spotted by Volunteer Stephanie. First logged 01/02/20. Oniscus Asellus, Common Names – Common Woodlouse, Roly Polies Conservation status – Common. Category – Crustacea More Information: Common woodlice are important for their ability to feed off dead plants and creatures, recycling vital nutrients. Find out more on the Wildlife Trust website.