Warnham Nature Reserve Open Day a photograph of our stand at Warnham's Nature Reserve Open Day - an excellent event for everyone who attended and a great opportunity for us to share issues and projects with other volunteer groups and the Friend's of Warnham Nature Reserve too.
What's new on our website? We've lots more information coming along in the next few months so do take a look at our two new pages one dedicated to Monkmead Wood's trees and the other to its wild flowers. Each season we'll be updating these pages with new photographs together with information relating to a particular species, for example which animals and insects call it home and what pests and diseases it is up against. We'll also continue to keep you up to date with the great work that MWVG continue to do on site to help to protect these species.
We will also share our tips on tree identification so if you're not sure of you Alder from your Hazel or your 'pendula' from your 'pubescens' then do take a look at our Woodland Tree page on this site for all the helpful tips.
Also, if you want to know what this flower is (left) and this one (below right) then plase take a look at our Woodland Flower tab on this site.
Of course we'll still keep you informed of our other work in the woodland and later in the year we will update our Heathland Restoration pages with any new discoveries that we find.
Have you found anything interesting or unusual ?
Or perhaps seen anything that might be of interest to people in the village and surrounding areas ? Let us know and we'll try to find a place here on the site so others can find out what's going on 'around our patch'. (Photo right Worker Wood Ant).
Please telephone Amanda (West Chiltington Tree Warden) on (01798) 813229 or drop us a line by e-mail at email@example.com