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Giving Back to Nature Event

Get involved on the 23rd July to help survey flora and fauna on the Bee Field!  Location: Bee Field at Bolivot, St Saviour  Timings:  10:00 -13:00 Run by the Jersey Beekeepers Association who intention to run this as an annual event. This

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Red Valerian – Centranthus ruber

Researched and written by Dominic Hodnett for the Jersey Biodiversity Centre, May 2017.   Red Valerian is perhaps one of Jersey’s most common and well known summer flowers, adorning walls, hedge banks and stony ground from May until September.  A

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Violets in Jersey

  Researched and written by Dominic Hodnett for the Jersey Biodiversity Centre, April 2017. Perhaps one of the easiest and most common wildflowers to spot in Jersey during springtime is the violet, with its charismatic, bluish-purple flowers and heart-shaped leaves.

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Spring and Snowdrops

Snowdrops “Né v’lo l’èrnouvé ― les bouonnefemmes sont dêhalées” At this time of year, common snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) can be found throughout Jersey’s countryside, marking the arrival of spring. Snowdrops thrive in hedgerows and woodlands which are dark in the

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