Emm Brook Wildlife

A guide to what you can see around the Emm Brook each month throughout the year

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Species Lists

The lists below are not meant to be definitive . These lists simply represent the astonishing diversity of species that have been identified alongside or in the Emm brook. The entries date from 2000 and are being constantly updated as new species are identified.

Butterflies

Birds

Insects

Fish

Trees

Moths

Mammals

Amphibians

Plants

Fungi

Lichen

Spiders Slugs & Snails

Monitoring

For the purpose of monitoring the different species of Flora & Fauna in and around the Emm brook the brook has been split into 10 sections. The descriptions are for the most part taken from the Berkshire Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust survey undertaken along the Emm brook in 2003/4.


No FROM UPSTREAM GRID REF TO DOWNSTREAM GRID REF
1Various SourcesSU832651Chapel Green (confluence)SU815675
2Chapel Green (confluence)SU815675Finchampstead Road (A321)SU809680
3Finchampstead Road (A321)SU809680Barkham Road(B3349) Industrial AreaSU803683
4Barkham Road(B3349) Industrial AreaSU803683Footbridge NE of Woosehill( Ripple Stream Bridge rear of Morrissons)SU799688
5Footbridge NE of Woosehill (Ripple Stream Bridge rear of Morrissons)SU799688Reading Road(A329)SU799694
6Reading Road(A329)SU799694Emmbrook Road (opposite school)SU800699
7Emmbrook Road (opposite school)SU800699Toutley Bridge, Old Forest RoadSU798705
8Toutley Bridge, Old Forest RoadSU798705M4SU795705
9M4SU795705A329M (Dinton Pastures Country Park)SU784716
10A329M (Dinton Pastures Country Park)SU784716Lavells Lake Local Nature Reserve(confluence with the River Loddon)SU782733