Dry Stone Walling taster courses - 9th, 10th and 11th August. Supported by Keighley Big-Local
All session are free to attend!
We've got a Woodpecker family living in Park Wood! Andrew, one of the friends of Park Wood has taken some great pics of them, including a photo of one of the chicks! Awww :)
Friends of Park Wood meetings will change to the last Thursday of the month from March onwards.
Timing and venue remains the same - Long Lee Village Hall, 7.30pm start.
Meeting dates for 2020 will be:
Everyone welcome to attend!
Last Sunday Archie led our mid-October fungus foray with the help of mycologist Ron. It poured with rain but that didn't dampen the spirits of the 10 or so people who braved the weather in search of the weird and wonderful members of the fungal kingdom!
44 species were found and identified by Archie. 7 recognised as rare/extremely rare. Lots of Mycenae species. Please see photos (check out Mycena adscendens!) and full report in our Wildlife section.
Thank you once again, Archie and Ron, and all the brave souls who parted grass, scraped trees and dug soil in the rain looking for their glimpse into the fungal kingdom!
Here's a link to Archie's spreadsheet on types of fungus found in Park Wood >>
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