Category Archives: Moor Green Lakes

Volunteer Leader Update – Moor Green Lakes

As some of you may have noticed the Grove Lake Hide was vandalized a few weeks back and as well as breaking the door handle and some of the viewing hatches, the corrugated roofing was torn off in places. Adrian … Continue reading

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Volunteer Leader Update

As the summer weather appeared so did the Himalayan Balsam so the Moor Green Lake volunteers have scheduled a few extra work parties to clear this invasive plant. In our first work party in June we concentrated on clearing the … Continue reading

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Ticks – Staying Safe This Summer

When exploring our lovely countryside, it’s useful to keep up to date and informed about potential risks. Now we’re into the warm summer, one to be aware of is how to keep safe from ticks and reduce the possibility of catching Lyme Disease when you’re … Continue reading

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Finchampsteads Finest Entomologists

In June, 34 children and 6 adults from Finchampstead Primary School joined Tony, Bobbie and I at Moor Green Lakes for an educational visit. The first activity of the day, led by Assistant Ranger Bobbie and volunteer Tony, saw the … Continue reading

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Children find watery insects at Talavera 

Today Laura, I and Shirley the gull, are at Talavera Infant & Junior School Summer Fayre showing off minibeasts pond-dipped from Moor Green Lakes. It was interesting to find some of our more unusual minibeasts including water stick insects, which … Continue reading

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Extreme ragwort removal at Moor Green Lake

Attention grabbing headline I know, however, from the image below you can see that we hardly had to make several trips to empty our trailer. Although I will not complain about not having enough ragwort to pull, especially when the temperature … Continue reading

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URGENT Volunteers Wanted

This Thursday 6th and Sunday 9th July we will be removing ragwort from Moor Green Lakes. Ragwort is a plant that is harmful to cattle if ingested. We love having cattle on site as they do a fantastic job of suppressing … Continue reading

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