Cookstown Wildlife Trust
founded February 1950
The path at Cabin Wood-frosty morning.
From the viewing point.
A tortoiseshell in early spring.
Willow Warblers are heard on spring mornings.
Ringlet butterflies are often seen
Snowdrops are naturalised
by the river.
A Deceiver fungus in new woodland.
Amythst Deceiver-an early colonist
of the new woodland.
Russian comfrey grows along
the river in Cabin Wood.
Amber snails can be found
on damp summer mornings.
Primroses and few flowered leek
in harmony at the river’s edge.
Butterbur beside the river in April.
Few-flowered leek carpets the ground,
in April ust like bluebells.
Kingfishers are found on this stretch
of river.Sometimes seen (or heard) arrowing their way
down river .
Events record 2017-2018
Events record 2018
Our Programme 2018-2019
Talks 1 2018-2019
Talks 2 2018-2019
Some old records
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