|61||Chailey Warren Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
A tiny area of wet heath and Molinia mire surrounded by birch woodland. The site lies to the east of the much larger Chailey Common. There is no public access to this site.
|62||Seb Buckton's garden||
Back and front gardens in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Moth trap regularly, bird feeders, pond and good views over Stroud.
List includes anything I can see and identify in, from or over my garden.
|63||Nottingham city centre garden||
My back garden where prodominatly I moth trap. Garden is about 7 x 3m.
|64||Cogdean Elms, Corfe Mullen, Dorset||
A small grassland reserve bordering an oak lined Roman road.
|65||Graeme Lyons' garden in Hove (actually)||
A small garden at the rear of the flat roughly about 6 x 6 m. It's west facing and is sunny to the south but has a huge Beech tree towering over it to the west. There is no lawn and I inherited it with almost 100% of the garden being full of non-native ferns and palms. I made my first record the day I moved in on 13th November 2017.
|66||Paul Clack's garden in Wiltshire||
Modest garden on a busy road on western side of Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire. Surrounded by walls and hedges, no water (yet). Decent mature shrubs in places, but surrounded by houses. Open fields a few hundred metres away.
|67||The Bannister's Garden, Barton upon Humber, North Lincolnshire||
Large garden with large pond (dug 2005). Including an old orchard, garden once being part of a larger market garden.
Backs onto an old chalk quarry
|68||Werneth Low Country Park||
The country park extends for 80 hectares (200 acres) across the Northern and Western slopes of Werneth Low. Only 9.5 miles from the city centre of Manchester, the area is both a haven for wildlife and an area where visitors can find peace and relaxation. The park's location provides panoramic views across Manchester and beyond to Liverpool. The dark blue silhouette of the Welsh mountains can often be seen on clear days, as can the Pennine hills close by.
|69||Etherow Country Park||
Etherow Country Park is now owned and managed by Stockport Council and is an award winning Green Flag Park. It was established in 1968 as one of Britain’s first Country Parks and is a popular retreat from urban living. Over a quarter of a million people now visit the Park each year to enjoy the natural beauty of ancient woodland walks along the Etherow river valley, in the foothills of the Peak District National Park. The Park was once part of the estate of George Andrew who built Compstall Mill in the 1820s.