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Railway Fields – ” a lifetime of interest”

Recently our most venerable & respected local conservationist, David Bevan, spoke at Stroud Green Library about Railway Fields, its history, humans who helped make it what it is, and the wild plants and animals who live there. Highlights – David … Continue reading

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Summer Event July 2018

It was lovely to see so many people at our Summer Fair. Thank you to everyone for making it such an enjoyable afternoon.   We were fortunate to have so many enthusiastic pond dippers, who found plenty of snails and … Continue reading

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Nightlife – real life

What an astonishing night at Railway Fields last Saturday! Bat expert Huma and her two volunteers set up a bat trap and the public saw bats close up, in real life, held in the hand, before ringing and release. No … Continue reading

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Small worlds in focus

It was great to welcome so many people to Railway Fields for our summer event, Nature Discovery Day, on Saturday 29 July – especially given the less-than-ideal weather! Here’s a look at some of the stunning images we captured during … Continue reading

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Getting up close to nature

A huge thank you to everyone who came along to our summer event on 30 July – hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! There were a range of activities designed to help you ‘get up close to … Continue reading

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Six months of Railway Fields happiness

A few memories of Railway Fields from my 2015 diary. Last Saturday in January– I helped Friends dig out cherry suckers near the stag beetle loggery. Clif (our great TCV site manager) said a sparrowhawk had been round during the … Continue reading

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25 Years of Fungi Fun in Harringay

Last month it was the 25th Annual Harringay Fungi Foray. This long running event was set up by local naturalist David Bevan and continued by Ted Tuddenham. This year the foray was lead by Al Skipp, Mark Spencer and Keir … Continue reading

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