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Muker Meadows

Eleven members visited Muker on a pleasant sunny day.  Muker is an interesting village in Swaledale and takes its name from the Old Norse “Mjor-akr” which means narrow acre.      The Church of St. Mary the Virgin dates back to 1580. There is a long history behind the Swaledale Woollen industry when the knitting of stockings […]

Don’s walk, Yellow Star-of- Bethlehem Gagea lutea

Don’s walk, Yellow Star-of- Bethlehem Gagea lutea. Leader Falgunee Sarker.  Sunday 20th of March, time 2-00 pm, at Low Coniscliffe village, Darlington. Enter the village from  A67 and continue until the road divides. Here we will take the left-hand road and park at the end. The path is uneven. We will be following the River […]

DTNFC Ornithology Report For January 2021 – John Turner

January 2021 has been an unusual month for wildlife recording as for the majority of the month the whole nation has been in lockdown due to the Corona virus pandemic. This has meant that the Club’s recorders have been limited to the areas around their homes, allowing them to concentrate entirely on their local birds […]