|Alderney, Channel Islands; Botany, general Natural History and History
by Brian Bonnard
...,,,,,,,..Click this icon to open my complete 1988 Wildflowers of Alderney plant list as a .pdf file
|This page was updated on 9th. April 2017.
|For a brief note about the Channel Island of Alderney Click the icon on the left
|For a list of my books about its Natural History and History, still in print or available on CD-Rom Click the icon on the left
|For a monthly Nature Diary throughout a year, selected from the period 1999-2004 and last December Click the icon on the left December 2013 and 2013 weather totals, graphs of Alderney rainfall 1851-2012 and 2013 Botanical report were added on 24.10.14. 2014 weather and botanical records were added on 7.1.15
|For an update, to download, of new records from 1988-2004 to my Flora of Alderney Click the icon on the left
|For the complete 2015 plant list from my new book; The Illustrated Wildflowers of Alderney Click the link on the left
|For a list of the Norman-French patois names of over 450 Channel Island plants Click the icon on the left
|For a Bibliography of Alderney and other CI Natural History and other references Click the icon on the left
|For an A4 Map of Alderney Click the icon on the left.
The grid co-ordinate lines have been redrawn to remove a difference from the satellite maps
|About the author Click the photo on left
|Flintface or click here for a .pdf file
|The Alderney Weather and Botanical Reports for the preceding year will now be found in the December Nature Diary. Click here to read them.
|Click here to read the Alderney Wildlife Trust annual Manager's report for the preceding year.
|Click here for a link to a list, updated in 2001, of British Endangered species at present found in the Channel Islands
Small photos of some 70 of these scarce or endangered species, taken in the islands by the author, can be accessed by clicking the link on their scientific names
|Click here for a link to sections of a book entitled "An outline of The Ecology of the Island of Alderney" This forms the first part of "A Very Wild Island" a 260+ page book with over 375 maps, charts and photographs, now converted to .pdf format and available from the 'List of my Books' after clicking the second link at the top of this page.
|Check out these Web Sites:
|Click the icon or url to open the site
The AWT Website is updated frequently
|The Alderney Wildlife Trust
On 1st March 2008 the Trust's new "Alderney Record Centre" website was launched, in conjunction with the Alderney Society Museum, to incorporate both the Natural History, and the Geological, Archaeological and Historical records about Alderney, in a single interactive database.
The public will be able to access this site and add additional records to the various items.
See the link below
The second outside UK to be affiliated to The Wildlife Trusts, was set up in 2002, after a public meeting at which David Bellamy was the principal speaker, was attended by over 300 people who were enthusiastic to create a local Trust.
The author, is one of the only two remaining Founder- Directors and served 5 years as Hon. Treasurer followed by 4 years as President of the Alderney Wildlife Trust.
|The Alderney Society
Runs the local Museum, with a fine collection of Alderney-related artefacts and documents and a number of special interest groups
|The Botanical Society of the British Isles
For everyone interested in Wild Flowers
|John Elsbury's Collection of Alderney pictures
A large collection of old Alderney postcards and pictures
|States of Alderney
The States Information site, Tourism, Travel links, Accommodation, Business, Recreation, Natural History and History. You can now also visit the new tourism website http://www.visitalderney.com as well click this link or access it from the site above
|La Société Guernesiaise
with information on many aspects of local wildlife, history, events and people; with links to many other local organisations and information sites.
The Guernsey Biological Records Centre
|The Société Jersiaise
with information on many aspects of Jersey wildlife, history, events and people; with links to other local organisations and information sites.
|The Alderney Record Centre
Run in conjunction with the Alderney Society Museum
|This page was updated on 9th. April 2017.