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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote GemmaJF Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Apr 2012 at 1:46pm
Glad to hear a positive result Ian. If you need any artificial refuges to help with surveying just let me know.
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Yeah it was really good news, i was surprised and tend to prepare for the worst possible outcome Smile

Many thanks Gemma i appreciate that, once ive met the ecologist i'll let you know. Do you use Onduline?

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Yep I use Onduline and have plenty available for surveys within Essex.
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Ian hi,
 
is it Imogen you are meeting with, or Jeremy Dagley?
 
I would ask you not to put tins down in that area, but you are entitled to do what you wish as it is a public space. But you may find that you don't find if you get my meaning. You'll just be making handy looky holes for "collectors".
 
Still, its good that someone has agreed to meet you.
 
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I pm'd you on that one, but can remove the 3 put down by C L A R E, now if you'd like.

I dont mind running the gauntlet of strange people who seem to meet there after 5:30pm...very unnervingWacko
Excellent Gemma, thanks Wink
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Hi Gemma

I hope you don't mind me asking but. I am keen to see my first wild adder but after hours of patiently searching backwarden, I have found none :(

If you could advise locations of hibernaculum at Danbury common and/or backwarden I'd have slightly better chances

Of course I'll report any sightings and keep a respectful distance

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