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Isle of Wight Moth Report 2018

The Isle of Wight Moth Report 2018 is now available, and can be downloaded here. Iain Outlaw says: “In what turned out to be a good year for moth recording there was a slow start to the season. The first three months of the year were particularly poor with overall numbers and sp
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Wednesday June 12th

The ground will be wet so we will meet at HQ for indoor work. Geophysics – Resistivity – at the Garlic Farm. If it rains we will meet at headquearters in Cowes.  Check this page on Wednesday morning.
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Wednesday June 5th

10am; Geophysics – Mag and Res – at the garlic farm. Details as before.
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New Issue of ‘Recording Now’ available

The next issue of the Island’s species recording newsletter ‘Recording Now’ is now available. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter, please email iwatchwildlife@gmail.com.
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Wednesday May 29th

To be confirmed. Please await email from David Marshall.
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Bird meeting on May 19th at Laundry Lane, St Helens/Brading Marshes

Seven people met in the unmade up road for a walk along the old railway track and along the causeway at Bexley Point and back along the fields to our cars. Although the Bittern was not calling they have been seen and heard on the RSPB Marshes this year but we did have good views on th
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Wednesday May 22nd

10am Geophysics – Mag and Res – at Mersley (Garlic) Farm. Meet in car park as last week.
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Help needed at Brading Roman Villa

The villa will be hosting an exhibition from the British Museum called Hoards: The Hidden History of Britain. It will run from June 29th to September 28th. Volunteers are needed to steward the exhibition. No knowledge or experience is needed as basically you just need to sit in the ro
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Wednesday May 15th

Plans have changed slightly as we will be fieldwalking not doing Geophysics. Other details remain the same.   Geophysics at Mersley Farm. Details as last week.
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