The Buckinghamshire Rare Plant Recording Group (BRPRG) surveys and monitors rare and scarce plants in in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. We work with the BSBI county botanical recorder, Roy Maycock, and with other conservation and recording groups in the county. We organise field trips and indoor meetings, and publish reports and other documents.

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Recent announcements

  • Field Meeting June 2014 Ivinghoe Beacon and Hills Please note amended date2014 Sunday 15th June @ 2pm. Ivinghoe Beacon and Hills. Grid Ref: SP961161 Target Species: Greater Pignut (Bunium bulbocastanum) Organiser: Fred Burnham Summary: Part of the ...
    Posted 4 Jun 2014, 00:02 by Val Marshall
  • Field Meeting May 2014 Cockshoots / Cobblers Hill Wood, Wendover Dean, 2 miles south of Wendover. 2014 Thursday 29th May, 2pm. Cockshoots / Cobblers Hill Wood, Wendover Dean, 2 miles south of Wendover. Grid Ref: SP873043 Target Species: Assorted woodland plants Leader: Fred Burnham Summary: There ...
    Posted 26 May 2014, 03:17 by Val Marshall
  • Field Meeting May 2012 Thursday 17th May. 10:30 am.Rushbeds Wood and Laplands Farm FieldsTarget Species: Heath Dog Violet Viola caninaLeader: Roger KempMeet in the small car park over the ...
    Posted 28 Apr 2012, 02:47 by Val Marshall
  • Field Meeting June 2012 Saturday 2nd June. 2:00pm.College Lake Nature ReserveTarget Species: Arable weedsOrganiser: Fred BurnhamLeader: Rodney SimsMeet in the main reserve car park (SP 936140)Further info ...
    Posted 28 Apr 2012, 02:48 by Val Marshall
  • Field Meeting July 2012 Thursday 19th July 2:00pm.Part of Ashridge Estate (in Bucks)Aim: to make record of plants in an unusual piece of heathland.Organiser: Fred BurnhamLeader: Lawrence Trowbridge (National ...
    Posted 28 Apr 2012, 02:46 by Val Marshall
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BRPRG is supported by Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Environmental Records Centre and Buckinghamshire County Museum.

Photo: Red Helleborine (© Martin Harvey)