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Wood Chip Pile is Dispersed Around the Green

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South London Botanical Institute Wildflower walk

We’ll be doing a Wildflower Walk on the Green this morning – all welcome to come. Hopefully it won’t be raining again! Meet at 10.30 in Forest Hill Pools cafe and walk to Green along railway path. The Green was … Continue reading

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Wild Things On The Green

Saturday 10th May. Work Day. Hemlock cleared from around Damson’s and Plums. One Sycamore branch removed. Some Bind-weed clearance. Nettles and Brambles buzzing with insects: Shield Bugs, Dragonfly, Butterflies. Attendance at work day: 1, but hey, everyone needs a holiday. … Continue reading

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Wall revealed Thursday, by Nature’s Gym

 

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New, 3 minute Video of LEAF

Click here for: The whole Little Ecologiocal Arts Festival in 3 minutes.

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“Breathing Space” with London Bubble and Holy Trinity School

Click here for some photos of this great project performed on Thursday 11th July, 2013.  

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5 Short Movies about 5 LEAF events

Click here to view 5 events at the Little Ecocological Arts Festival

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Birds on Albion Millennium Green, seen 18-19 Feb 2013.

fieldfare 1. common gull (fly over).  2: black-headed gull (fly-over).  3: feral pigeon.  4: wood pigeon.  5: rose-ringed parakeet (heard).  6: wren.  7: dunnock.  8: robin.  9: blackbird. 10: fieldfare (1 x 18th).  11: song thrush.  12: long-tailed tit.  13: blue … Continue reading

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Albion Millennium Green birds, 18-19 Feb 2013

With thanks to our new birders! 1: common gull (fly over) 2: black-headed gull (fly-over) 3: feral pigeon 4: wood pigeon 5: rose-ringed parakeet (heard) 6: wren 7: dunnock 8: robin 9: blackbird 10: fieldfare (1 x 18th) 11: song … Continue reading

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An Argument for More Decaying Wood Habitats on Albion Millennium Green

FROM: DECAYING WOOD
RECYCLING WITHIN ARBOREAL ECOSYSTEMS
By Andrew Cowan N.D.Arb. – essentialARB issue 8 spring 2003 Dead wood may well have recently died, and no longer part of the living tree, or even attached to it, but we should not be … Continue reading

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