Eco-Science and History in the Park

Eco-Science and History in the Park – count-down to the launch event!

Eco-Science in the Park launch- 1-page flyer 042016 2 3-52-7 Ancient coppice tree marking the location of an historic shadow wood

If you are local to the Peak District & surrounding areas, then do come along and join us. There will be a full programme of citizen science activities throughout the year – all free.

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One Response to Eco-Science and History in the Park

  1. Technotronic says:

    Hi Folks,

    It’s Oak Apple Day tomorrow! No doubt the Queen will have a little celebration. 

    Marren & Mabey (2010) state:

    “Oak Apple Day is still celebrated here and there, notably at Castleton in Derbyshire, where the Garland King rides through the streets swathed in greenery and a fresh branch of oak is affixed to the church tower.”

    When younger, I saw many of these galls on Wadsley Common. The galls are caused by the little gall wasp Biorhiza pallida. The galls are round & lumpy.

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