Over the next few weeks new bat boxes are to be installed on selected trees across the campus, hopefully our resident bat population, which are protected under law, will use them as summer roost sites as they forage round for food. We have recorded six species of bats across campus including noctule, common, soprano and nathusius […]
The spring flowering bulbs don’t know what’s going on with the sudden change in temperature and neither do the trees coming in to bud, even the overflowing guttering has frozen on the trees!
Not too much damage after storm Doris hit,only one tree down a Robinia pseudoacacia at the back of Heinz Wolff building, all sawn up by the team, a suitable replacement will be planted later on in the year.
Well it’s that time of year again, Christmas starts early at Brunel, 24ft Christmas tree up in the Quad.Don’t forget the Christmas market scheduled for the 6th December.
As its Autumn thought we would go for a tree as the leaves are turning various shades and dropping pretty rapidly at the moment .This one is Ginko biloba, a primitive tree with an unusual ‘fan shaped’ leaf, this tree can tolerate pollution. See if you can spot this one on campus.