CFPS – 2013 in review courtesy of WordPress

Dear all

First of all, some archive pictures of wildlife and children from the fields at  sunnier times of year to brighten things up a bit!

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Blackcap, bottom of Bushy Acres , Eastern part of Chaucer Fields, June 2013

And I thought you might be interested to learn that the CFPS Blog seems to have been quite effective during 2013 in raising awareness and spreading the word about our fields:

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Speckled Wood, Pararge Aegeria [Lennaeus, 1758], “Beverley Boughs”, North western part of Chaucer Fields, early July 2013

Please see the  report below by clicking on the link from WordPress, who are the organisation providing the Blog template etc .

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Drumming on Chaucer Fields – Oaks nursery children, summer 2011

Adding the stats from 2013 to the previous periods (for which stats are available) now gives a grand total of over 9,000 visits by viewers from 70 countries since the Blog was initiated.

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Southern Hawker basking in the sun, Jack Cade’s carvet, october 2013

Happy New Year – and stay involved: 2014 will be a crunch time for our fields!

Chaucer  Fielder

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Whitstable’s Mark Lawson in storytelling action, Dover Down field, Chaucer Fields 2011

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[EXCERPT AND LINK FOR WORDPRESS REPORT]

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,300 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 55 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.