The Wildlife Wheel has been there, in the corner of Sheepfield, for almost twenty years. It has aged in those years, changed colour, split and grown a fascinating crop of lichens.
A article from David Feather about the pollution in our homes and the need to get out into the fresh air.
Work Report by DKG A lovely warm day greeted the FoSCP, meeting up in the car park for our 9:30am start with Alison from the Countryside Team. A warm welcome was extended to Sasha, a new volunteer; we hope you enjoy your time with us Sasha.
Find Us > Google Maps The People The Park FoSCP’s Submission to the public consultation on the Schedule of Proposed Changes to WHSAP.
A review of the work carried out by FoSCP and Wiltshire County during 2018 and proposals for 2019’s programme of work.
These are densely packed crustose lichens, on the bark of a young birch tree in Sheepfield Copse. Groups of lichen species are often consistently associated together, forming recognisable communities. It is probable this is a community, containing several species of Arthonia, that grows on smooth barked trees. More lichens here