Natural History

Photos of Cinnabar moth and Oxlip taken by David Corke at Noakes Grove Reserve, Sewards End.

Co-ordinator – David Corke – 01799 599 376 – david@corke.biz 

Websitewww.corke.biz

This groups meets at the Bowls Club (Abbey Lane) from 10:30 am to noon on the 4th Friday of each month.

First meeting of Natural History Group

The new Natural History Group has just had its first meeting at which 18 folk formed the foundation members of the new group.

The group has its own website, run by the tutor, at www.corke.biz

The site already includes the full PowerPoint presentation from the first meeting’s study of Oxlips – Saffron Walden’s most important wild-flower.

It also includes the details of two pieces of (optional) homework that group members are invited to do in preparation for next month’s meeting (May 25th). Members homework results will appear on the website as soon as they are submitted.

David Corke