Interview with Cassie Nolan of Save Alexandra Park Trees #Manchester #biodiversity #campaigning Posted on February 19, 2013 by manchesterclimatemonthly Every month we publish an interview with a local activist in the print edition of Manchester Climate Monthly. Here’s a sneak preview … Continue reading
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Here are images of fellings over the past three days, the Ash Tree Circle, a local woman noting which trees are to be felled, and the Ash trees being felled and taken away to be sold to the felling contractors.
Tagged Alex Park, Alexandra Park, biodiversity, birds, community protest, conservation, environment, felling, Manchester, Manchester City Council, moss side, trees, Whalley Range
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Filmed by Mark on Friday, Herons nesting in the trees by the lake
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On this mild, sunny Saturday, birds were out in force in our park, demonstrating the importance of trees and wildlife habitats as nesting season draws closer. Mistle thrush start nesting from February onwards, so look out for their nests in the … Continue reading
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What an amazing sight – only a metre from the path around the lake. I just turned to look at the lake and there it was! The photo below shows the heron in context – most of the trees and … Continue reading
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We are in the process of moving the camp to another location in the park. There is a protester up in the trees which have arial walk ways to them. If you are willing and able to actively protect other … Continue reading
URGENT: An eviction notice has been served to us on the camp which will be enforced in 45 minutes at 12.00 We need people to come down to the camp as soon as possible! To show how many people in … Continue reading