- Narroways Management Meeting 8 January 2018 at 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Miner's Arms, Mina Road Usual management and business meeting for friends, supporters and anyone who wants to get involved. All welcome.
Category Archives: Wildlife
There have been 24 species of butterflies recorded in Narroways/Ashley Vale in the past 20 or 30 years. This is a an impressive count for an urban site and considering there are only 70 resident and migrant butterfly species in … Continue reading
Saw this today, on top of a fence post on Cutthroat Lane, and Church Field. He’s a beauty – male and a year or more old, by the size and colours, but with common lizards, it’s always a guess, as … Continue reading
Walking past Narroways Hill today, along the foot path on Cutthroat Lane, I saw an adult common lizard (Lacerta vivipara) basking on the sleeper fence. Time was about 11.45 am. This is very early indeed to see lizards out and … Continue reading
Please find below the wildlife records for Narroways/Ashley Vale/St Werburghs for October to December 2013. Lots of ravens and a few late butterflies along with bramblings (which I still haven’t seen). Happy reading and happy wildlife viewing. Will be in … Continue reading
Ravens in the tower – there has been a lot of recent raven activity in St Werburghs church tower – to the chagrin of local crows and magpies.
This morning 10 – 12.30: 1 Raven (circling over Church Field) 3 Meadow Pipit (to SW over hill), 1 Pied Wagtail to SW over hill, Jay (cutting), Chiffchaff singing from trees behind seat, party of Long-tailed Tits (stony path) Grey … Continue reading
There will be a wildlife review of 2005 available at the AGM on 17th January but some highlights have been the Waxwings back in early 2005, the Ravens that have been seen on St.Werburghs church tower recently and the Tawny … Continue reading