Monthly Archives: April 2016

A grand spring opening

‘Sticky buds’ coming into leaf, with flower buds. Click on the left-hand image and move through the sequence using the arrow or right-arrow key The horse chestnut, which might be thought native to the British Isles as it is so

Posted in Photos, Spring, Trees

Herts survey for mammals, amphibians and reptiles 2015-2019

A four-year survey is under way to compile a new atlas of Hertfordshire’s mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Friends of Bernards Heath and other residents with an interest in wildlife can make a welcome contribution to the project by submitting their

Posted in Wildlife

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Newsletter Spring 2017

A Guide to Beech Bottom Dyke
by Peter Burley
Missing display board
June 2017
Missing board - Townsend drive
If you missed this interpretation board recently, the legs rotted and it is in for repair


Poppies June 2017
Now appearing on the Heath
Poppies, perhaps brought in with the soil used on the Lower Field after the sinkhole event.
Photo: PB

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