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Heronry

With the trees greening up, the herons are difficult to see at the heronry now. I shot this image this morning from the riverbank, 150 metres away from the nests. 81 more words

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Hoo and Dark Woods - First Steps. 

I have made first official contact regarding the possibility of changing the use of Hoo and Dark Woods from Unclassified, to Nature Reserve. I have done a little information mining. 261 more words

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Wilden Marsh Guided Walks

Yellow archangel is flowering in Hoo Wood today.

Yesterday started off as a bland, lacklustre day: overcast, drab and raining. The forecast didn’t offer any hope of improving weather as the day progressed. 412 more words

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Are Urban Green Spaces Important?



Anthropomorphise Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve and its natural water springs become its heart, the River Stour its artery; Hoo Brook and drainage ditches its veins, the sluices its means of discarding unwanted  fluids, and trees and other vegetation its skin. 596 more words

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The Humble Bramble Bush

Following on from my previous post:  If a person with a strong interest in nature spends enough time exploring a wood, 16 years in my case, they are likely to become much more aware of what is occurring in its day-to-day life than the casual observer or regular dog walker. 353 more words

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How Easily can Undesignated Use Land be Converted to Nature Reserve?

I had a conversation the other day with a person living next to a parcel of partly wooded land with a public footpath going through it. 900 more words

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