In April I set up a trail camera in the wood to see what animals are around when we aren’t there to scare them away. The camera is sited on an animal track (although not […]
Liz Sheehan reports on a well attended Spring Walk led by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, which for once coincided with the bluebells being at their peak
The Friends of Oakley Wood held their eighth Annual General Meeting on 1 March 2016, and the minutes are below. After the short business meeting David Lowe, Principal Ecologist from Warwickshire County Council, talked to […]
Buy one, get one free on Wildlife Trust membership! A great Christmas gift idea.
Despite the dreadful weather, we had a very successful moth walk with local expert David Brown
Wendy found these wild raspberries whilst out walking in the woods the other day.
The wood is really beautiful at this time of the year—see these photos, and go and visit it yourself.
I was walking along the rides today when I came across a hummingbird moth feeding on the pink campion. Lovely to see one this early in the year.
Dear Members and fellow wood lovers Thank you for reading this letter and I must admit to it being partly a plea for you to attend the members AGM on 3rd March. Over the last […]
A good turnout of volunteers last Sunday ensured that over 50m of new native hedgerow was planted along the Moreton Morrell lane. The weather was kind and it was a great morning out, enjoyed by […]