Red Squirrels to Nethergill  - so welcome!

Red Squirrels to Nethergill - so welcome!

Red Squirrels have decided to visit Nethergill after 14 years.

  • Posted On: 13 November 2019
  • Author: Fiona
  • Number of views: 153

For 14 years we have tried to entice Red Squirrels to Nethergill and this Summer they finally arrived.  A self catering guests spotted the first squirrel running along the wall outside their dining room window as they were having breakfast.  After hastily filling lots of hazelnut feeders up down at the hides and outside the self catering they are now regular visitors.  


Such a  fragile environment

Such a fragile environment

Blog by Fiona Clark for The Peat Partnership

  • Posted On: 24 March 2019
  • Author: Fiona
  • Number of views: 346

 


Environmental Policy and Politics

Environmental Policy and Politics

Blog hosted by Green Alliance

  • Posted On: 11 June 2018
  • Author: Fiona
  • Number of views: 2

This blog post is by chris clark of Nethergill Farm.  It is the second in a short series about the options for the future of upland hill farming in the UK


Red Kite a first for Nethergill

Red Kite a first for Nethergill

Red Kite at Nethergill

  • Posted On: 5 March 2017
  • Author: Fiona
  • Number of views: 962

Such a spectacle a Red Kite flying over the Nethergill River hide.


Nethergill grip blocking great success!

Nethergill grip blocking great success!

Grip blocking success

  • Posted On: 26 February 2017
  • Author: Fiona
  • Number of views: 1438

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust grip block monitoring show s a great success with more than 12 types of mosses flourishing.


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