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News from the Sorby Natural History Society. In 2018 we will be celebrating 100 years of studying and recording wildlife in and around the City of Sheffield.
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Kay Fairest Dec 15
I thought it was a pom-pom at first on the river but it was only Britain’s fastest declining wild mammal I saw this morning 💚
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Yorkshire Esk RT Dec 15
A big thank you to our Riverfly Volunteers for another successful year of monitoring river invertibrates and water quality in the river Esk with support from
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Notts Wildlife Trust Dec 14
Alice Roberts will be joining us at the Pearson Centre, Beeston on Friday 9th February Book online ➡️
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Andy Jones Dec 14
'Mill Pond Fisherman' - Kingfisher, Shepherd Wheel, Whiteley Woods, Sheffield - 14th Dec 2017
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Sorby Nat His Soc Dec 14
The amateur naturalists who discovered ‘Insect Armageddon’.
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Sorby Nat His Soc Dec 14
Hi Steve. In 2018 we will be celebrating 100 years of recording and studying wildlife in and around Sheffield. Would it be possible for you to send us a brief message of support, for use in our publicity materials? Please message us if you can help. Thanks!
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Sorby Nat His Soc Dec 14
Out now: a bumper edition of the Sorby Newsletter to kick-off our centenary year!
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Emma Godley Dec 12
Spotted (maybe 3) parakeets in the trees at junction of Herries Rd/Barnsley Rd, in hospital grounds a couple of times recently. No pictures as was in the car.
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Roger Butterfield Dec 11
I've just transcribed plant record number 5,000 from my 2017 surveys for Barnsley Biological Records Centre. Hope to have all the records uploaded into Recorder 6 by Christmas.
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NBN Trust Dec 10
Are you a user? If so, please take part in the consultation and have your say before Friday 15 December. More information:
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RBGE Dec 6
Listen to our latest podcast with Marianne Hazlewood as she shares her journey from graphic designer to botanical artist >
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Barnsley Birders Dec 9
Old Moor Warber Way - Marsh Tit 1, Willow Tit 2, Treecreeper 1, Chiffchaff 3. Marsh Tit coming to feeders in front of Cormorant Hide regularly, also it or another seen in Slag Willows.
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FoPV Sheffield Dec 9
It's the Fopv at today. 10.30am until 4pm
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roy twigg Dec 8
If planning to go for the Derwent dale parrots. Beware that the main road at the bottom of the valley is closed to Manchester bound traffic due to snow and the road up the valley will not be treated.
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Roger Butterfield Dec 7
Hazel catkins seem to open earlier and earlier each year. Spotted these today on the near Wombwell, South Yorkshire.
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Shef Park Project Dec 6
Hi everyone. Can spare 5 mins to answer this questionnaire? Amy is researching what make’s Sheffield’s urban parks and green spaces valuable, and would like to learn what you appreciate about the spaces you visit the most.
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Notts Wildlife Trust Dec 6
🐟 Rivers - Source to Sea 🐟 Tomorrow evening join Newark group for an illustrated talk by More info ➡️
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UK Butterflies Dec 6
Now is a good time to look for Purple Hairstreak eggs, while they're still relatively white. Laid at the base of oak buds on trees that are at the woodland edge and south-facing. Pamber Forest, Hants, today (Pic: P. Eeles)
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Peter Garrity Dec 5
HAWFINCH - Worsbrough Village today at least 5 - distant and heavily cropped.......oh and did I say bad light...any excuse
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