If you have any photographs of Gillfield Wood or its flora and fauna and you would like to share them, please email them to fogwsecretary@gmail.com or send them via our Facebook page. Please provide a short description, the date the photograph was taken and your contact details. 

 

Photographs to be considered for inclusion in this Photo Gallery or the Home page of this website should have been taken in our wood or the immediate surrounding area.

 

If you're not sure about identifying invertebrates there are lots of wonderful photos on our Derek's Nature Notes page that may be of help.  

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Coming Soon (see Events page for details):

   

NOVEMBER

Saturday 16th: the fourth and final Bird Walk - postponed from the 2nd.

 

Sunday 24th:Friends of Gillfield Wood practical conservation morning 

 

DECEMBER

Monday 2nd: Dragonflies & Damselflies, an illustrated talk by Stuart Davies.

 

Sunday 22nd: Friends of Gillfield Wood practical conservation morning 

 

Monday 3rd February 2020: “Free Bird” an illustrated talk by Pete Brown

 

An outline: “In 2016 well known local bird watcher Pete Brown set out to see how many bird species he could find in the Sheffield area during the year at no cost to his pocket or the planet. Birding by bike, boots and bus pass Pete set a target of finding 150 species and through sponsorship, of raising £1,500 for Cancer Research UK. “Free Bird” is the story of that adventure”.