Category Archives: Woodlands Farm

Woodlands Farm wildlife surveys for rest of June and July

Here are the wildlife surveys the farm has coming up from now until the end of July: Wed 15th June, 3pm –  Survey of the wildlife pond Wed 22nd June, 2.30pm – Bumblebee Walk Thurs 30th June, 2pm – Meadow plants … Continue reading

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Wildlife surveys at Woodlands Farm

Woodlands Farm has announced a further series of wildlife survey events as follows: Pond Survey – Friday 29th April, 11am Bumblebee Survey – Fri 13th May, 2pm Pond Survey – Wed 18th May, 3pm Pond Survey – Thurs 26th May, … Continue reading

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Wildlife events at Woodlands Farm

Big Farmland Bird Count, vegetation management and litter clearance on the agenda at Woodlands Farm. Education Officer Hannah Forshaw education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org  writes: Hello everyone.  I hope you had a good Christmas and Happy 2016! I have been looking at the diary … Continue reading

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Small mammal survey trapping at Woodlands Farm

Mammal surveys start this month.  Last year we managed to survey every week throughout September and October, would be good to try this again although is a lot of work. Anyway here are some dates for the first few weeks and we … Continue reading

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Wildlife Survey at Woodlands Farm.

Woodlands Farm undertake wildlife surveys throughout the year. Here is their latest summary of sightings/findings this year.

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Bexley Council has no management plan for 80% of SINCS it wholly or partly owns, reveals FOI request

80% of Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation wholly or partly owned by Bexley Council have no management plan (i.e. only 1 in 5 does), and 3 of the 6 plans that do exist expired more than 7 years ago. … Continue reading

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Corky-fruited Water Dropwort confirmed present on Bexley part of Woodlands Farm

Rodney Burton, compiler of the 1983 Flora of the London area, was at Woodlands farm recently, and was able to confirm that Corky-fruited Water Dropwort (Oenanthe pimpinelloides) does indeed occur on the Bexley part of the farm, the greater part … Continue reading

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Woodlands Farm summer wildlife events announced

Woodlands Farm on Shooter’s Hill is running a number of wildlife survey events this summer. Ffi/to get involved please contact:   “Hannah Forshaw – Education Officer” <education@thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org> Sunday 7th June – Pollinator survey.  This will be done before, during and … Continue reading

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Welling botany meeting adds probable new species to Bexley list

Rodney Burton writes: One London Natural History Society member was the only other person who turned up to this April 25th meeting! We recorded about 100 species in each of two monads. The only item of special interest was a good … Continue reading

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Get ready for Woodlands Farm wildlife surveys

Woodlands Farm, at Shooter’s Hill on the Bexley/Greenwich border, is a Grade 1 Site of Importance for Nature Conservation, as well as a working farm. It has some wildlife survey sessions coming up, as follows: Wednesday 29th April, 3pm  (this … Continue reading

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