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August 2016 Newsletter

Video sequence of a Red Kite in a local garden

Barn Owls of West Berkshire

Dawn Chorus 2016 now with bird songs

Lapwings Loons & Lousy Jacks - Ray Reedman's new book

Citizen Science - What makes oak buds burst in spring?

Second Community orchard planted in Laurel Park

Help Needed for Reading University Nest Box Study

A visit to Langley Mead SANG, Shinfield

Aldryngton School's Favourite Bird

A September letter from Val...

Garden History courses at RISC

Maiden Erlegh Lake in Spring and early Summer - July 2015

A letter from Val...

Wildflower seeds for sale

Celebrating Ten Years of the Earley Environmental Group

Observations from a resident

Community orchard planted in Earley

Local photographer wins Highly Commended for Earley flower beds

Earley's wild flower beds, summer 2014

EEG now on Facebook!

Making your road an EASI-street: join the volunteers who are clearing litter from Earley!

Earley Environmental Group

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The Earley Environmental Group is run by its members, who are principally residents of the Civil Parish of Earley, Reading in Berkshire. The group is supported by the Earley Town Council. The group encourages an interest in all matters concerned with the environment - wildlife, conservation and environmental issues of modern society. It also aims to develop people’s skills and knowledge and to carry out practical tasks.
The Group is open to all and the only requirements are enthusiasm and the desire to help Earley's environment.

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Forthcoming Events

20/09/2016
Shakespeare’s Flowers in Earley

05/10/2016
Autumn litter-pick along the Thames

21/11/2016
The Uses of Pollen in Forensic Science

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