We are very happy that (an ornithologist has confirmed) this is a fledgling we spotted in the park.
Posted in Nature and wildlife, news
Tagged Alexandra Park, bird, bird watching, birding, grey heron, heron, Lake, Manchester, moss side, nature, ornithology, Whalley Range, wildlife
We are looking for photos and materials for this exhibition.
Anything that anybody connected to this appalling event has made in response to it. All ages . This will be a great event and attract good media attention. There is an initial meeting on Wednesday between the organisers and exhibition host so if you have something you want to be considered email it or send details about it to Tim at littlefishstudio [at] gmail.com
Please indicate your permission for it to be used, and if you want any clarity, email Tim.
save our willow from death
reflections on our park
where there were ash
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Posted in action, news
Tagged Alex Park, Alexandra Park, art, biodiversity, campaign, community protest, conservation, cutting, ecology, environment, exhibition, felling, friends of alexandra park, Manchester City Council, petition, protest camp, trees, urban wildlife, Whalley Range
Since the work has temporarily halted, the Herons have returned to the park and have built another nest on the island and had two chicks! The chicks are quite large but still have grey feathers all over and we have been told by an experienced birder that they won’t be able to fly for a little while yet.
The nest is on the part of the island nearest to where the lake edge dips inward, only 4-5 meters away. If MCC start work on the lakes edge – which is the next imminent stage of the development – there is a fear the Herons will be frightened away again and abandon their chicks.
We really hope the work will be delayed a little longer and that the council will welcome the next generation of these beautiful birds as they have been a feature in the park for around 5 years.
If you manage to capture any good clear photo’s of the chicks (they are camouflaged really well) , please send them in and we will feature them here.
Posted in action, Nature and wildlife, news, voluntary and campaign groups
Tagged Alex Park, Alexandra Park, bird, birds, chicks, grey heron, heron, Hulme, Manchester, moss side, ornathology, Whalley Range
A few weeks ago a student left a video camera with someone on the camp site. Campers remember it being used by only a small amount of people before it disapeared. It needs to be returned urgently as the student had it out on loan.
If you have any information please phone 07757639668 or email email@example.com we are only interested in returning it asap – that’s all.
PROTEST & CIRCUS JAM THIS SATURDAY 1PM !!!
Get Your Banners Out & Your Juggling Balls Too…
SPREAD THE WORD, & SPREAD IT LOUD !
Hey Council Leave Our Trees Alone …!!
This Sat & Sun from 1pm until everyones tired of jammin 🙂
Event on Facebook
Contact Kristina or Cassie on Facebook for details of this event.
Posted in action, news
Visit the About page to find out. Here are Positive Action Steps to protest. And here’s lots of thing you can do to save the trees and wildlife
Great Spotted Woodpecker
local residents campaigning against unnecessary tree felling visit the site
March 1, 2013
Tagged Alex Park, Alexandra Park, campaign, conservation, cutting, ecology, environment, felling, heritage lottery fund, Manchester City Council, nature, petition, protest, protest camp, trees, values, Whalley Range, wildlife