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Wildlife to see in May 2022

Spring is the season when everything in the natural world seems to be waking up and coming back to life and May, as the final month of...

Wildlife to see in March - Daisy

‘Now have I thereto this condicioun That of alle the flowered of the mede, Than love I most these flowers whyte and rede Swiche as men...

Queen's Jubilee Proposal

In 2022, Her Majesty The Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, seventy years of service, having...

Wildlife to see in November - Fieldfares

Why are berries on our hedgerows so important? The lovely haws, rosehips and blackberries feed not only our resident birds and mammals...

Wildlife to see in October - Starlings

The murmuration of Starlings is one of the most spectacular displays in the natural world. It is an amazing avian phenomenon, where these...

Staple Wildlife Friendly Village Project

Staple Wildlife Friendly Village Project receive a DDC Community Grant Award On 8th September members of the Staple Wildlife Friendly...

Tysoe Wildlife Activity Week

Tysoe Wildlife Friendly Parish, one of our sister Wildlife Friendly Communities, ran an Activity Week earlier this month and it looks...

Ladybirds

Wildlife to see in August – Ladybirds The summer holidays are a great time to get out there and engage with wildlife in your local green...

Wildlife of the Month - Foxgloves

The dramatic towering form of bells, internally splattered with a curious pattern, makes these wildflowers the centre of many folklore...

Hedges & Hedgerows

Wildlife of the Month – Hedges and Hedgerows Hedges are a lifeline for wildlife: providing habitat, shelter, food and connectivity...

No Mow May

Wildlife of the Month Article – Wildflowers in Lawns Haircuts are one of the luxuries many of us have received since lockdown rules have...

Tysoe Poetry Competition

This Easter weekend the Tysoe & District Record (a parish publication for Tysoe Village in Warwickshire) have ran a Poetry Festival and...

Hedgehogs, Houses and Highways!

We know we have written about them before but Hedgehogs need our help! This is because nationally their numbers have reduced...

Dandelions

For centuries humans have used Dandelion plants for food & medicine and we have enjoyed having them in our gardens. They grow just about...

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