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Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness ~ by Chris

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

It will not be long before the signs of autumn are apparent to all of us, especially after such a hot and dry summer. Once again the BBC, the Woodland Trust and the UK Phenology Network are inviting people to help chart the advance of autumn – by recording 6 key species – blackberry, hawthorn, swifts, conkers, ivy and oak.

The collated information will help the UK Phenology Network build up a picture of climate and climate change.

The Tree Council is also organising the ‘Seed Gathering Season’, a series of events that run from September 23rd to October 23rd. For more information on the numerous events organised by its various member organisations visit their website.

Posted in: Flora & Fauna ~ On: 23 August, 2006

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catherine
20 September, 2007

This year’s “Seed Gathering Season” runs Sept 23rd to Oct 23rd 2007.
See the Tree Council’s website for details of events http://www.treecouncil.org.uk/

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