Tag Archives: Autumn

Ivy at the end of October

As I look out of the window today, a blanket of grey cloud covers the sky and it has drizzled with rain non stop since I got up this morning. Totally different from yesterday. Yesterday the sun shone all day … Continue reading

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Badger trails

The crops have been harvested and the wild flower meadow cut leaving telltale signs of the badgers foraging paths from over the summer. Badgers will use the same paths for generations. It is not just badgers that weave their way … Continue reading

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Trail camera, badgers and darker evenings

It’s getting darker earlier and earlier each evening and it won’t be long before the clocks go back meaning it will be dark not long after I get home from school. I’ll miss seeing the badgers in daylight, but look … Continue reading

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Fieldfares and Redwings

As Autumn turns slowly in to Winter the number of birds along the mile long road leading out of my village increases. This country road is lined both sides by traditional hedging. Hawthorn trees towering high, ladened with dark red … Continue reading

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Halloween and first week of November

The clocks have now gone back meaning less time after school for getting out and finding wildlife. After Halloween we put the pumpkins in the garden full of bird food and watched them being visited by the Wood mice, Coal … Continue reading

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Looking for fungi

Autumn is now upon us. The leaves are turning colour and falling, the geese are collecting in the nearby field each evening and one by one the bees, wasps and butterflies are disappearing. Autumn is the best time to go … Continue reading

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Sunny Autumn afternoon

The past few days have had warm sunny autumnal afternoons. After school I have been taking my camera out to see what creatures are taking advantage of this weather. The Roe deers are spending time sitting in the sun along … Continue reading

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