September issue of Grasslands e-news is now published!

Bumblebee oon Devils-bit scabious

The September issue of Grasslands e-news is now published and has been emailed directly to our subscribers. 

There is news on our new membership scheme, forthcoming bat identification evenings at Eastleigh with Martin Reeves and our recent visit to the British Birdwatching Fair.

Our flower of the month is the Devil’s-bit scabious is found in damp meadows, marshes and woodland lines. Flowering July to October, it provides an important nectar source for late flying butterflies, hoverflies and bees. Due to successful woodland management Devil’s-bit scabious is again flowering at Carmel National Nature Reserve.

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Elaine Shaughnessy, Director of Communications


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