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Monday, August 14th 2017

Today was the first day in nearly a month that all three reserve managers were back at Foxglove together. Earlier in the season we were all busy with bird nest boxes and planning for our Foxglove 25th Anniversary celebrations and once this was over we were all able to take some holiday. With the three of us back at work we started by doing some planning of the coming weeks and months.

Afterwards we completed a variety of tasks that have been waiting for a spare day to get them done. Roger did some work on the strimmers, replacing parts that were broken or worn and giving them a good service.

Jennifer meanwhile fixed the loose non-slip surfaces out on the boardwalk.

Indoors, with the nest box season now over, the Adopt-a-box end of season report was written, and the events for the autumn and winter season were planned. We have a range of events now on offer so take a look at the events page on our website to see what we have coming up!  Next is "Explore Small" on Wednesday at 10am.

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