Quote of the day:
“Autumn leaves don’t fall, they fly. They take their time and wander on this their only chance to soar.”
~ Delia Owens.
Forage in October for:
Sloes, Dandelion Leaves, Rosehips, Hops, Walnuts, Haws (Hawthorn), Wild Strawberries, Cleavers, Burdock Roots, Rowan Berries
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Category Archives: birds
* RSPB – Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Many people have commented that Lockdown is resulting in perfect, crystal clear skies and a tranquil, traffic-lite soundtrack to outdoor activities. So, is it just me imagining it or is nature also getting rowdier? I guess there have been plenty … Continue reading
In spite of all the named storms and gusty weather sweeping across the country, our bird feeders have been exceptionally busy throughout February. In fact there is a correlation: The nastier the weather the more likely we are to see … Continue reading
Actually I mean apple tree, but what does honesty mean in the UK these days?! OK, putting the election to one side, here are some cute photos of the non-stop activity/glut fest occurring in our John Downie crab apple tree … Continue reading
Tina @mygardenersays hosts Wildlife Wednesday on the first Wednesday of each month. Check it out!