Tag Archives: Wildflowers

Is Spring finally here?

What a change a week has made. Last Sunday I was blogging about snow, while this weekend I was taking photos of hares, Spring flowers and ladybirds. The woodland floor is changing rapidly, from the dull browns of the fallen … Continue reading

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Day 10 of 30 Days Wild – Grass verges and Orchids

Grass verges are a very important source of food and shelter for many species of wildlife, including butterflies and bees. It is great to see around my local patch that only the verges on a junction or corner have been … Continue reading

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Bluebells have a great significance for me as it means the badger cubs will soon be out and about, as well as marking the fact that Spring is well and truly here. I thought I would do a blog post … Continue reading

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Spring flowers

With the mixture of sun and rain, Spring flowers are starting to pop up all over my local patch. The Spring flowers seem much lower to the ground and not as bold as the summer flowers. The woodland floor is … Continue reading

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