Tuesday February 16th at 8pm. Talk “Foresight from hindsight, the Rothamsted Insect Survey” by Dr Richard Harrington, recently retired Head of the Insect
A few days ago I noticed bulbous buttercups in flower on the roadside verge of Hitchin Road, Stopsley. They are regular there, but not this early. A lesserjimellauk
As well as early wild daffodils in flower there were a few early Lesser Celandines in flower Sunday morning along the southern edge of Maulden Woods. Bluebell
Anything of interest should also be reported formally to the appropriate County Recorder to ensure that the record is preserved. Details of Recorders e-mail addresses can be found on the contacts page of the website.
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