Category Archives: Kent

‘Kent botany 2016’ published – interesting new Bexley records featured

Kent Botanical Recording Group’s 2016 edition of ‘Kent Botany’, compiled by Geoffrey Kitchener and detailing the most interesting and important finds during the year, includes a number of discoveries made in Bexley – which for botanical purposes falls within Vice-county … Continue reading

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Bexley RSPB see wealth of birdlife at threatened Swanscombe marshes

RSPB Bexley Group, Field trip to Swanscombe Marshes. Report by Ralph and Brenda Todd Saturday 2nd May 2015. Yet another dull, cool, windy morning but that didn’t deter 15 members joining Brenda and I and our relief guide Andy Lawson … Continue reading

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Conserving some of Bexley’s rare plants

The latest e-mail from the Kent Botanical Recording Group, which is producing a comprehensive register of rare plants in the county (which in this case includes that part of west Kent that is now in Greater London) called for information … Continue reading

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Kent Wildlife Conference – 18th October

Kent Field Club (the Kent equivalent of the London Natural History Society) is holding it’s annual conference at the University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus, on October 18th. As usual there will be a number of talks of interest to students of wildlife … Continue reading

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