Lorraine Maynard records sightings of birds, plus other fauna and flora, seen in the woods. Please let Lorraine know if you see any birds or other fauna and flora – unusual or common. Lorraine can be contacted on 07802 162275 or email Lorraine at email@example.com
- List 30 FoABW Bird Records SPRING MarAprMay 2016
- List 31 FoABW Bird Records SUMMER JunJulAug 2016
- List 32 FoABW Bird Records AUTUMN SEPT OCT NOV 2016
- List 33 FoABW Bird Records WINTER Dec 2016 Jan Feb 2017
- List 34 FoABW Bird Records SPRING Mar Apr May 2017
- List 35 FoABW Bird Records SUMMER Jun Jul Aug 2017
- List 36 FoABW Bird Records AUTUMN Sept Oct Nov 2017
- List 37 FoABW Bird Records WINTER Dec 2017 Jan Feb 2018
Sussex Stag Beetle Initiative would like you to consider making a home in your garden for Stag Beetles. It is very simple, see their instructions – click on the poster below. These fabulous creatures are our largest native beetle and they are under threat. The adult beetle only lives for a few weeks in the summer, their breeding season is very short. Their larvae develop underground, this takes several years, they live on rotting wood during this time, building up fat stores until they develop in to adults. The females remain in the area, the males fly off in pursuit of a female. (For more details of Sussex Stag Beetle Initiative, please go to their Facebook page)
Please Click on the Link below to see how to construct a Stag Beetle Log Pile
Over the past few years FoABW have been carrying out a fixed point photography survey of the woods. This has involved photographs taken four times a year from the same 100 fixed points.
You can view a google map of the fixed points and then click on any of those points to view photos taken over the years.
Winter 2016 Survey by Krisztina Fekete – Natural History Museum
Krisztina will carry out seasonal surveys of AGW throughout the year. Mosses, Lichens, Insects.
Please Click on link below to see her Winter survey of mosses and fungi.