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Hob MoorHob Moor is part of Micklegate Stray and is also one of York's four Local Nature Reserves. It has been used for grazing from the mediaeval period to the present day. Today it is still used for grazing in the summer months but is also a valuable area for wildlife and flora, as well as a recreational area for dog-walkers, footballers, cyclists, pedestrians, birdwatchers and many others. It has a long history with records going back to 1374. It is the only area within York ring road where skylarks still nest which makes it a particularly rare and wonderful place to visit. In this section you will find more information about this incredible inner-city resource.
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Saturday, July 22 at 2:00 – Butterfly Walk with Tony Fairburn, a perennial favourite event!
Drop by and see our table at the Funday, St. James the Deacon Church, Woodthorpe, this Saturday from 1:00-4:30pm.
Come see us at West Bank Park Summer Fair, July 9 from 1-4pm! @westbankparkyork
Here are a couple of photos by the stream at the side of the Triangle and a lovely Honeysuckle and Vetch in flower — spot the bees if you can.
Recently Stephanie Luxton visited 60 Year 1 children at Woodthorpe Primary School. After a little talk, the children gave some lovely responses all about Hob Moor. This was followed by a craft activity (supplies provided by FOHM) which really went down well, … Continue reading
This is a reminder of the events we have planned for May. If there are additions or changes, they will be announced here, on Facebook and on Twitter. Thurs. 4th May 9am-10am Litter Pick. Tues. 9th May 7pm-8pm Litter Pick. … Continue reading
Eight early-risers accompanied Barry Bishop of the York RSPB onto Hob Moor and the Railway Pond on Saturday. Plenty of birdsongs were heard and 21 species were either seen or heard (or both:) Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue Tit, Carrion Crow, Chaffinch, … Continue reading
Stephanie Luxton, chairwoman of Friends of Hob Moor will be visiting three local schools in the coming weeks to talk to children about the Moor, its future, and its care. The three schools are Dringhouses to talk to 150 children, All Saints to talk … Continue reading
Saturday 29th April will be the very popular Dawn Chorus walk with Barry Bishop, leader of York RSPB. Meeting at 6am by the yellow railings near the tunnel, this fascinating walk is well worth the early start. Forecast is dry … Continue reading