Lots of action (including on camera)!

Saturday, September 10th 2016

There’s been so much going on today – and photos and details haven’t all reached me yet – so I’ll come back to exciting bits of it at a later date! We’ve had a stall at the Bedale car boot sale, have had a Beavers group and Goosemoor Nature Reserve visit Foxglove as well as getting some more scrub cleared on the wetland, Brian doing weekend jobs and recording fungi on the reserve and some of our licensed bird ringing team out on nearby military land ringing meadow pipits! What a day! Many thanks to all who've helped.

In other news – we are now regularly setting up our live-feed camera on the wetland to film the water vole feeding platform there, so it’s now possible to watch live-action water voles without leaving the Field Centre!

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