Saturday, 21 December 2019

Wednesday November 27th - Saturday December 21st


2018 Annual Report

Our 2018 Annual Report is now on sale.

£15 for a full colour, glossy, 140 page A4 report. All profits will be spent on our work at Tice's Meadow Nature Reserve.

The report is much more than a list of the birds seen, it includes all of the site's wildlife, and is a record of all the work we did on site in 2018.

You can collect in person from Richard Horton, or we can post it to you (+ £2 p&p). Please DM or email us to place an order.

Once we've sold all 60 copies, we will release a free lower-res pdf for all to read.




Co-op Local Community Fund

We're delighted to be taking part in the Co-op Local Community Fund. If you're a Co-op member, please choose us as and 1% of your spending will be donated to us, no matter where you live. If you're not a Co-op member, please consider signing up.

https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/33287


Wednesday November 27th

Two new cows have been born over the past 24 hours.

(c) Dina Burford - The New Arrivals



Thursday November 28th

We had the pleasure of hosting two judges from the office of the Surrey Lieutenancy today as we have been nominated for a prestigous Queen's Award for Voluntary Services. The QAVS is the equivalent of an MBE for volunteer groups and it is a real honour just to be nominated. An announcement of the winners will be made on June 2nd 2020.

Roger Dickey held a ringing session in the woods.

Pupils from Badshot Lea Infants School enjoyed a trip to site today to collect materials for their Christmas decorations and a chance to splash in the muddy puddles.

(c) Badshot Lea Infants School - School Visit
(c) Badshot Lea Infants School - School Visit
(c) Dina Burford - Lapwing
(c) Colin Varndell - Judges Visit
(c) Colin Varndell - Judges Visit
(c) Mark Elsoffer - Ringing Session


Friday November 29th


(c) Dina Burford - Reed Beds
(c) Dina Burford - Wren
(c) Colin Varndell - Tufted Ducks


Saturday November 30th

Mark Elsoffer: 2 Snipe, 30 Fieldare & Grey Wagtail.

Dave Baker: 2 Green Sandpiper & Siskin.

(c) Kev Campbell - Hanson Hide



Sunday December 1st

Dina Burford: Green Sandpiper.

(c) Dina Burford - Green Sandpiper
(c) Steve Guthrie - Chaffinch
(c) Steve Guthrie - Coot
(c) Steve Guthrie - Grey Heron
(c) Steve Guthrie - Grey Wagtail
(c) Steve Guthrie - Woodland Track
(c) Rustam Khan - Bullfinch
(c) Rustam Khan - Greenfinch
(c) Kev Campbell - Nuthatch
(c) Kev Campbell - Red Kite



Monday December 2nd


(c) Colin Varndell - Chaffinch
(c) Colin Varndell -The Workings



Tuesday December 3rd


(c) Steve Minhinnick - Gadwall
(c) Steve Minhinnick - Reed Bunting
(c) Steve Minhinnick - Shoveler
(c) Steve Minhinnick - Wren
(c) Dina Burford - Green Woodpecker


Wednesday December 4th


(c) Dina Burford - Frosty Morning
(c) Dina Burford - Grey Heron
(c) Dina Burford - Ray Hard at Work
(c) Dina Burford - The Fruits of Ray's Labour


Thursday December 5th

Dina Burford: Peregrine.

(c) Dina Burford - Peregrine
(c) Dina Burford - Song Thrush
(c) Colin Varndell - Blackbird
(c) Colin Varndell - Chaffinch
(c) Colin Varndell - Goldfinch
(c) Colin Varndell - Jay


Friday December 6th

No reports.


Saturday December 7th

We were honoured to have Dr Carolyn Jewell (Global Biodiversity Manager, HeidelbergCement) officially open the Hanson Hide today. It was great to see so many of our supporters, partners & volunteers, and to thank them for their hard work. We hope everyone enjoys the new hide!

(c) Colin Varndell - Hide Opening
(c) Colin Varndell - Hide Opening
(c) Colin Varndell - Hide Opening
(c) Colin Varndell - Hide Opening
(c) Mark Merryweather - Hide Opening
(c) Steve Guthrie - Blue Tit
(c) Steve Guthrie - Chaffinch
(c) Steve Guthrie - Goldfinch
(c) Steve Guthrie - Pied Wagtail



Sunday December 8th


(c) Simon Monk - Greenfinches


Monday December 9th


(c) Dina Burford - Sunset Over the Workings


Tuesday December 10th

John Hunt: Green Sandpiper, 3 Snipe, 2 Little Egret, Water Rail & 2 Grey Wagtail.


Wednesday December 11th


(c) Dina Burford - Fungi
(c) Dina Burford - Long-tailed Tit


Thursday December 12th

Three of our volunteers spent the day wiring up the web-cameras in the 3 new Kestrel & Barn Owl boxes that we're putting up on the Kiln (Badshot Lea Village Hall) next week.

(c) Mark Elsoffer - Technical Wizardry
(c) Mark Elsoffer - Technical Wizardry


Friday December 13th

No reports.


Saturday December 14th

No reports.


Sunday December 15th

No reports.


Monday December 16th


(c) Dina Burford - Long-tailed Tit
(c) Dina Burford - Rising Water Levels


Tuesday December 17th

No reports.


Wednesday December 18th

Mark Elsoffer: 60 Redwing.

Ten volunteers spent the day installing 2 new Kestrel boxes and 1 new Barn Owl box, all wired with web-cameras, on to the Kiln in Badshot Lea. Live streaming coming soon. The work was undertaken under the supervision of Roger Dickey - a BTO licensed bird ringer.

This project was funded with generous grants from Farnham Town Council and Hartley Contracting Services Limited - we are grateful for their generous support.

(c) Mark Elsoffer - Roger Checking for Inhabitants
(c) Mark Elsoffer - Weatherproofing the New Boxes
(c) Mark Elsoffer - Gone Fishing
(c) Mark Elsoffer - Coming Up
(c) Mark Elsoffer - 3 of the 4 Cameras Working


Thursday December 19th

No reports.


Friday December 20th

No reports.

 

Saturday December 21st

Dina Burford: 5 Little Grebe.

(c) Dave Baker - Somewhere Over a Rainbow
(c) Dina Burford - Little Grebes



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