Tag Archives: Great crested newt

Pond life

It was a lovely Spring evening tonight, Friday 31 March, perfect for Frog Foraying. Of course, the frogs didn’t appreciate that so didn’t turn up, and nor did the toads. But Chris and his three companions exploring the pond by … Continue reading

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Busy times at the pond

Under a starry sky, last night’s enjoyable frog foray brought to an end a busy seven days down at the pond. Kicking off with Saturday’s Spring work morning, Monday evening then found 20 enthusiastic Brownies from the Great Denham Pack seeking out … Continue reading

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Playing tag

From the launch of the pond website our posts have been categorised by topic, for example, work morning, and splash. At the bottom of each post you will see the category or categories in which it is included. And at … Continue reading

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Species survey

Our friends from the Bedfordshire Reptile and Amphibian Group visited and surveyed the pond again this month, and have reported a good population of great crested newts. They had no difficulty finding eggs, even this late in the season, and also found … Continue reading

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Life goes on

Addressing the Annual Parish Meeting tonight (8 May), Peter Applewhite, Chairman of the Friends of the Biddenham Village Pond, commented that the 2011 great drying out hadn’t meant death to life in the pond. The species survey and the recent … Continue reading

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