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Bluebell survey 2007 ~ by Angus

Bluebell survey 2007

The Natural History Museum (in conjunction with the Ramblers’ Association and Plantlife) is again conducting a survey of Britain’s bluebell population. Our native bluebell is under threat due to breeding with a cultivated form. If you can help with the survey, visit the NHM website and record the details of the bluebells in your wood or garden online.

Posted in: Flora & Fauna, ~ On: 24 April, 2007

5 comments so far

jeni willis
29 April, 2007

April 30th 2007.
we have just returned from a week on the Dorset/Devon border. I am happy to say that the Bluebells are doing very well down there, even on the roadside they were just everywhere.
We walker to the Goden Cap in Dorset through Langdon Wood and they are everywhere the colour and perfume were just lovely. Sad to say we forgot the camera as i would have loved a picture of them.

Chris
4 November, 2008

Chris
1 April, 2009

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