NEW YEAR PLANT HUNT 2018

NEW YEAR PLANT HUNT 2018  *Pick one day between 30th December and 2nd January 2018.  * Record wild and naturalised plants in FLOWER. (No garden      plants.) *  For tree=open catkin, for grasses=open florets, stigma, anthers on show. *  Write down the name of the place you are recording. *  Record maximum 3 hours […]

Monday 6 November 2017

 Monday 6 November 2017 Robin Daniels of Tees Archaeology gave an illustrated talk on “The Medieval Towns and Villages of The Tees Valley”. The Medieval Villages such as Cowpen Bewley, Eppleby, Carlton in Cleveland and Middridge were all built to the same layout of a village green with farmsteads and access roads down either side. […]

On Monday 16 October 2017

On Monday 16 October 2017, Jill Cunningham, Club Member, held a Fungi Workshop. Jill’s excellent photographs and collection of fungi fruiting bodies illustrated how fungi can be identified by its gills or spore holes and by its various shapes such as brackets, clubs, spindles, spheres, cups and crusts. Last Monday, Wendy English, Member of Whitby […]

News

News Just a reminder next Mondays meeting is a Fungi workshop by Jill Cunningham. Jill has requested that if any member finds any Fungi she would be pleased if we could bring sample to the meeting for identification and discussion. Jill is such an enthusiastic Club Member so please make every effort to attend and […]

Monday 2 October 2017

Monday 2 October 2017   This week Members observed: Goosanders at High Coniscliffe, Chiff Chaffs at Barton and Low Coniscliffe, Ladybirds in Darlington. Pink Footed Geese are moving south. At RSPB Saltholme, Whooper Swans from Iceland, Wigeon, Golden Plovers, Black Tailed Godwit, Dunlin and Red Shank. The Scopes Owl is still at Ryhope. Compiled by […]