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14th March. Spring has arrived in the Reserve.

The photos below were taken by members during the first couple of weeks of March.

Eileen Stonebridge and Ian Kerr from the Committee met Jerry Cole  and Mark Newport to discuss development and work to be done in the Reserve.

Jerry is Community Parks Officer for Bristol North and Mark is a Park Keeper whose responsibilities include our Reserve. He gave a great boost to clearance work recently with his strimmer.

The topics discussed will be listed fully in the forthcoming Newssheet, and include such issues as silt control in the lake, provision of hardcore in the gateways and management of the woodland path.  

Photo:  Jane Rooth
Photo: Carole Morris

Come, fill the Cup and in the Fire of Spring
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling:
The Bird of Time has but a little way
To fly - and Lo! the Bird is on the Wing.
                                        E.FitzGerald

Photo: Carole Morris
Photo:  Eileen Stonebridge
Photo: Carole Morris
Wild Cherry or Gean (Prunus avium)
Dog's Mercury
Wild Arum/Lords and Ladies/Cuckoo-Pint
               (Arum maculatum)

10/3/11

Photo:  Jane Rooth

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10/3/11

10/3/11

Photo: Carole Morris
Photo: Carole Morris
Photo: Carole Morris
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4/3/11
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Photo:  Eileen Stonebridge
Lesser Celandine
A rather faded Small Tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae)
A lavish supply of frogspawn has appeared in the lake
Common Dog-violet or wood violet
               (Viola riviniana)

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