June Flowers

June 14, 2017

June Flowers
There are lots of June flowers among the grasses of Barton Fields alongside the Sustrans Cycle Way. Somebody has put in equidistant stakes in the ground as part of a butterfly counting study – the email address is Exeter University.
June Flowers
The area has been looked after by the Abingdon Naturalists’ Society since 1999. Their website says “97% of our lowland native wildflower meadows have disappeared since the 1950’s which has sent many of our wild bee and butterflies dependent upon them into a steep decline.
June Flowers
So we began our native wildflower meadow restoration at Barton Fields in 2009 to aid their recovery.
June Flowers
Nearby, clumps of brambles are in flower, and they too attract a lot of bees
June Flowers
and butterflies.

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2 Comments Leave a Comment

  • 1. Daniel  |  June 14, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    …those flowers look lovely!!

  • 2. Abby Don  |  June 15, 2017 at 10:05 am

    Great photos

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