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Report on the Birds of Salcey Forest

E. Moon

Report on the Birds of Salcey Forest

by E. Moon

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Published by Northamptonshire Natural History Society and Field Club in Northampton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bound typescript.

Statementcompiled by E. Moon and C. Frampton.
ContributionsFrampton, C., Northamptonshire Natural History Society and Field Club.
The Physical Object
Pagination14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18091091M

To the source of the Little Ouse and the Waveney and return to Knettishall Heath.   Goffs Bloodstock Sales Orby Yearling Sale Tuesday, September 29 Birds of Prey (IRE) Salcey Forest Stud.

I have to stick to the path because the forest floor is a dense tangle of bramble. Three years ago some visitors probably tutted at the mess of the freshly cut coppice. From their shelter come the calls of brand new birds, newly fledged Robins and Wrens taking their first faltering flights and using the dense shelter to find their feet in life.   Six impossible things before supper And we're off! After breakfast Grit Dig and the Gritlets drive to Salcey Forest as fast as possible to meet Linda Johns for her art tour which is so splendid and breathtaking that Grit says we are going to get out the chickenwire and do the same in the back garden.

Craig Macadam, Buglife’s Conservation Director responding to the recent report on insect declines in an article that first appeared on the CNN website Insect populations are in crisis. A recent review of 73 studies from around the world has shown that 41% of insect species are in decline and a third of species are at risk of extinction. New Forest—Retains more of its Forest Character than any other—Boundaries now nearly the same as in Charles II.’s time—Places in the Forest—Its Features as you pass through it—as compared with other Forests—not the Ruin of a Forest, but a Forest in its Prime—the Cause of this—Picturesque Style of the Cottages and small.


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enjoyed looking for various woodland creatures and birds, with a few fairies and other magical creatures as well. Later on in the term the children are visiting Salcey Forest as a school trip.

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If you want to stretch your legs, and perhaps those of your kids or a dog, then beautiful Salcey Forest is only 15 miles away. There are lots of trails to follow, and a fabulous treetop walk which takes you above the tree line to enjoy some great views.

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