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Volume 3 Number 3 – In Memory of Pip Seccombe
March 2024
©: DoncasterNaturalists’ Society 2024


p89 Pip Seccombe – A Doncaster Naturalist 1939-2021 Louise Hill
p96 WHAT LARKS PIP! NaturalHistory notes and papers written by Pip Seccombe Colin A. Howes
p98 Pip Seccombe, memories of a ‘souper’ botanist Helen R Kirk
p99 Memories of Pip  
P102 Our Natural World Tom Higginbottom
p105 Back from extinction: Historical Notes of the Marsh Fern in the Doncaster Region Colin A. Howes
p113 The Rose Hill Rise Glacial Erratics Colin A. Howes
p117 Dr Geoff Carreck (1946-2022): The Man who released the Canaries from the Coal mines Colin A. Howes
p119 Willow Emerald Damselfly at Thorpe Marsh Nature Reserve Mick Townsend
p121 Natural healing during the spring of 2020 Tricia Haigh
p126 ‘BOTANIST AND DIVINE’: Rev Gerald Edwards Smith (1804-1881) and his Doncaster botanical records Colin A. Howes
p133 The Inside Story of 3 Common Plant Galls Nora Boyle
  Front cover by Tom Higginbottom  
  ISSN 0264-0651  


Volume 3 Number 2
March 2020.
©: DoncasterNaturalists’ Society 2020


p53 The Botany of Thorne Moors – an update Ian McDonald
p56 Avian Botulism : A penalty of the long hot summer of 2018 Colin A. Howes
p57 Have we seen the last of Willow Tits at Thorpe Marsh Nature Reserve? Mick Townsend
p59 Flamingo Moss in the Don Valley – a 2019 update Steven Heathcote
p60 Butterflies of the Went Valley – changes since 1991 Paul Simmons
p63 The asexual generation of the gall wasp Andricus quercuscalicis Nora Boyle
p67 Doncaster’s mayoral bog-oak chair : A seat flushed with civic pride Colin A. Howes
p73 Breeding Birds along the New Junction Canal – 12 years of records Joyce Simmons
p74 From Finningley Churchyard  Tricia Haigh
p77 Fungi at Finningley Churchyard Kevin Gilfedder
p79 The Mystery of the Moorends Moose Colin A. Howes
p83 Pendulouse Sedge Carex pendula : A study at Old Moor RSPB Nature Reserve Nora Boyle
p85 Lakeside : News from the depths Colin A. Howes
p88 Using Doncaster Museum’s timber beetle collection to monitor the decline of rain forest insects Colin A. Howes
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Vomume 3 Number 1
March 2018
©: DoncasterNaturalists’ Society 2018


p1 Cecidology – thw study of plant galls Nora Boyle
p4 The moths of Lindholme Hall Estate: the Doncaster Naturalist Society experienc3 2013 – 2017 Dave Williamson
p9 God’s Acre – a need for conservation management Tricia Haigh
p11 The Tale of a Mystery Mollusc Pip Seccombe
p13 Thorpe Marsh Willow Tits 2017 Mick Townsend
p14 Spiders on the march! Joyce Simmons
p15 Roman Ridge – a portrait of a Green Lane Louise Hill
p27 New Galls Tom Higginbottom
p31 How Common is the arable liverwort Common Crystalwort?  Steven Heathcote
p35 A review of Odonata at Thorpe Marsh, 1983-2017 Mick Townsend
p39 Royal Fish sold for Miners’ Children Distress Fund Colin A. Howes
p40 Tunny in Doncaster Colin A Howes
p44 Confessions of two Brown Bears Colin A. Howes
p47 ‘Weeds’ Tricia Haigh
p49 Peter Bullock 1938-2017  
p51 Presient’s Report Jan 2017 – Jan 2018 Louise Hill
  Front Cover – Tawny Owl chick. Photo: Joyce Simmons .
  ISSN 0264-0651 .