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Quercus robur

There is an oak tree in our front garden. Once I would have said “we own an oak tree”, but I’m reconsidering.

Our oak tree- there I go again- must be at least 100 years old. 493 more words

Occasional

Treecreeper and Bird Count

Yesterday  I took part in a great bird-watching event in Leeds, UK, organized by the RSPB (https://ww2.rspb.org.uk/), the most important environmental and wildlife organization in the UK. 140 more words

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Save Langdale Wood

This week I finally got round to visiting a local wood that I’ve been meaning to stop at for donkeys years. Langdale Wood is just on the outskirts of the Malvern Hills and I’ve driven past hundreds of times, often thinking “I must stop and have a look sometime”. 795 more words

Wildlife

Two surprises; one bad, one good

Today’s guest picture of helmet hair was sent to me by my Maine correspondent.  She had been for a 13 mile cycle ride and tells me that she, Laurie is in the picture  with her husband Clif . 698 more words

Birds

Nature diary: trip to Nene Valley Way

On Saturday my friend and I headed to the Nene Valley in Northamptonshire to explore the nature reserves there. We visited Ditchford Lakes and Meadows… 256 more words

Nature

Woodland hunt

WARNING! This blog post contains images which some readers may find disturbing (due to their horrendous quality)

“If you go down to the woods today you’re sure of a big surprise” is something none of the Wanstead birders said ever. 843 more words

Photography