View of Warneford Meadow, Oxford

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Warneford Meadow - Wildlife

A Butterfly in Warneford Meadow (Mid June 2007)

The Meadow contains many species of butterfly, some rare invertebrates, and birds including skylarks and meadow pipits. The Meadow's border hedges are an excellent source for blackberry picking in autumn. The Warneford Orchard on the northern edge of the Meadow is over 50 years old and has rare varieties of apple including the Russian 'Emperor Alexander'. Owls, bats and badgers are also found in the orchard.

Below - More Wildlife images from Warneford Meadow, June 2007, Note the bee hard a work pollinating this years crop of black-berries.