We were blessed with fine dry weather for the insect walk, led by Richard Smout. around 18 people took part. Richard explained that ‘insects’ was a vast topic and that within the various species could be hundreds of sub species.
Join us, and Richard Smout for a leisurely walk around Ryde Cemetery on Tuesday 13 August. There are many species of Insects for you to see, which he will help you to identify.
The spring, almost summer weather we experienced in February 2019 was amazing. Temperatures stayed for days in the high teens and in full sun it felt more like early 20s. The primroses and daffodils were in bloom at the start of the month and the crocus seemed to go completely mad! There was a particularly
There is a lot of evidence of subterranean habitation in Ryde Cemetery at the moment. This occupies a relatively large area in the central southern part, under a broad canopied tree. Foxes are spotted fairly frequently in the cemetery throughout the year but we have not had any reported sightings of badgers. This area has