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Radio York piece that was broadcast on 26th August about Hob Moor (2 hours 10 minutes into the programme.)
It is with regret that we have to report a dog attack on the Moor this Wednesday at about 11:00 am. The attacking dog was a white Staffy mix. The victim received puncture wounds and required medical attention from the … Continue reading
Good to reserve a place as you get a device with which to really hear the bats clicking in flight!
We were lucky on Saturday – as we managed to dodge the showers and saw plenty of butterflies. The species we counted were: Common blue Holly blue Small copper Ringlet Meadow brown Gatekeeper Speckled wood Small skipper Large white Small … Continue reading
A statement from York City Council: Following your recent contact with City of York Council I am writing to provide an update on the management of Hob Moor. As you are probably aware, the council has been in a Higher … Continue reading
Please note: Just to let you know that the Wildflower Walk that was planned for July 5th on the Moor has now been postponed – the new date will be the 2nd August. Look forward to seeing you then. We … Continue reading
In 2017 it was noted by the Friends of Hob Moor that the flowering of buttercups across the site appeared to not be as prolific as in previous years. Therefore we are very pleased to be working with the council … Continue reading
28/04/18 Dawn Chorus. 6.00am at the Yellow Railings on Little Hob Moor. Come and see how many bird songs can be identified. An evening event will also be organised in September or October, date to be confirmed. 18/05/18 A Friday evening in … Continue reading
The cows will be brought into North Lane Pasture on Thursday lunchtime, subject to the weather, where they will stay for a few days before being released on to Hob Moor. Please be careful for the first few days until … Continue reading
The cattle are to return to Hob Moor next week, weather permitting. They will be held in North Lane pasture for a few days so they can settle before being released on to Hob Moor. This year the cattle are … Continue reading