Published Reports

AGMReport

 

Wren Annual General Meeting Reports

2015-2016 – AGM 2015/16
2014-2015 – AGM 2014/15
 

Reports on wildlife in Southern Epping Forest published by Group Members include:

Wanstead Bird Report 2014

Wanstead Bird Report 2014

Tim Harris and Nick Croft Wanstead Bird Report 2014

Tim Harris Butterflies and Moths Report 2014

Tim Harris The Birds of Wanstead 2013

Tim Harris The Birds of Wanstead 2012

Tim Harris The Birds of Wanstead 2011

Tim Harris and Paul Ferris December 2012 – Wanstead Moths 2012

PLANT C.W. 1980, Redbridge (Southern) Sewage Treatment Works: Report in the Flora, Fauna and Ecological Value of this site. Biological Records Centre, Passmore Edwards Museum.

FERRIS, P.R. 1980, The Flora of Southern Epping Forest. Part 1: Wanstead Park. Lond. Nat. 59 : 8-21

FERRIS, P.R. 1981, The Flora of Southern Epping Forest. Part 2: Wanstead Flats and Bush Wood. Lond. Nat . 60: 6-19.

FERRIS, P.R. 1982, The Flora of Southern Epping Forest. Part 3: Leyton Flats and Bush Wood North. Lond. Nat. 61: 16-29.

FERRIS, P.R. 1983, The Flora of Southern Epping Forest. Part 4 Gilbert’s Slade. Lond. Nat. 62: 11-25

FERRIS, P.R. 1997, The Flora of the old Redbridge (Southern) Sewage Works. Essex Nat. 14: 59-78.

FERRIS, P.R. 2007, The Flora of the City of London Cemetery. This report – in a similar format to those above – is available on the Wanstead Wildlife website (click here)

HARRIS, T. 2009, The Birds of Wanstead 2009 . A review of the bird-life of the Wanstead area is hopefully the first of an annual report on behalf of the Wren Conservation Group. This is available to download as a pdf file:  (click here)

HARRIS, T. 2010, The Birds of Wanstead 2010 . A second review of the bird-life of the Wanstead area published on behalf of the Wren Conservation Group. This is available to download as a pdf file:  (click here)

In addition, the Wren Conservation Group has published an annual bird report, either as a separate document or as an addition to the Newsletter. Regrettably, we were not been able to do so for some time until Tim Harris’ publication in 2009 (above). It is hoped that at some time we may be able scan the old reports in as pdf files to act as a reference.

For other up-to-date information and photographs of local wildlife, visit the Wanstead Wildlife website (click here)

 

Other Publications

Hedgehogs for children – Hedgehogs for children