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Simon Randolph left a comment for Wendy Hopkins
"Look forward to seeing you on the next Bird Walk - April 21st. It is lead by Des Bowring, a local bird expert. The full list of birds we saw on last month's walk is on the website.  I think it was 22 species which is one of the best…"
Apr 7, 2013
Wendy Hopkins left a comment for Simon Randolph
"Thanks for this.I will come along for one of the  bird walks. Waxwings - I haven't managed to see any yet this year. We had some in our back graden (Tyne Rd) a few years back. Stunning creatures!"
Apr 7, 2013
Wendy Hopkins left a comment for Fo SAP
"Thanks. I'll definitely think abou tthe wildlife group.   Wendy  "
Apr 7, 2013
Simon Randolph left a comment for Wendy Hopkins
"Hi Wendy, Sounds like you might find the work and activities of the Wild life group to be of interest. You can find out more about the park trees if you click on the 'Trees' tab at the top of the website page. Also you may know already,…"
Mar 20, 2013
Fo SAP left a comment for Wendy Hopkins
"Hi Wendy and welcome to the website. We are indeed lucky to have such a great park in the city. Next time you visit look out for our 10 new trees which TreeBristol, part of BCC have planted. There is a wildlife group, and you would be welcome to…"
Mar 18, 2013
Wendy Hopkins is now a member of Friends Of St Andrews Park
Mar 17, 2013

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Do you live in Bristol
Yes
How often do you use St Andrews Park
Once a month
What is it about St Andrews Park you like
Green space in the heart of town, the trees, birds, wildlife pond, views over the city; happy times with the kids when they were young.

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At 17:24 on April 7, 2013, Simon Randolph said…

Look forward to seeing you on the next Bird Walk - April 21st. It is lead by Des Bowring, a local bird expert.

The full list of birds we saw on last month's walk is on the website.  I think it was 22 species which is one of the best 'scores' we have had.

At 16:58 on March 20, 2013, Simon Randolph said…

Hi Wendy,

Sounds like you might find the work and activities of the Wild life group to be of interest. You can find out more about the park trees if you click on the 'Trees' tab at the top of the website page. Also you may know already, but we have a regular Bird Walk looking for birds in the park.  This runs on the third Sunday of the month during the spring, autumn and winter. We meet at the main Effingham Road entrance at !0 a.m and finish around 11 a.m. Photos of seasonal changes in the park and interesting wild life are regularly added to the 'Photos' section. e.g. photos have just been put on of mating frogs and toads that were present in the pond last week. Also photos of Waxwings which we spotted in the park on last Sunday's Bird walk.

At 11:37 on March 18, 2013, Fo SAP said…
Hi Wendy and welcome to the website. We are indeed lucky to have such a great park in the city. Next time you visit look out for our 10 new trees which TreeBristol, part of BCC have planted. There is a wildlife group, and you would be welcome to join; see the Groups tab at top of the page,
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