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Woodland Highlights: November

November is a beautiful month. Leaves remaining on the trees glow incredible reds, oranges and yellows in the sun, while those falling carpet the ground to be swept around in the wind. A great time to get out and play in the … Continue reading

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Woodland Highlights: October

Leaves continue to change colour and fall from the trees in preparation for winter. As the nights draw in and temperatures drop off many animals begin hibernating. Trees/shrubs… Sloes can be seen ripening on blackthorn, these are popular among foragers keen to … Continue reading

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Autumn bucket list {2013}

Autumn is upon us and we have found a lovely post to keep you happy and active as the days cool. Why not make your autumn bucket list this weekend? Reblogged from Catch A Single Thought: I saw this idea a while … Continue reading

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Woodland Highlights: September

Autumn greets us this month and thankfully we have had the pleasure of a fairly decent summer. This year looks to have produced a good supply of nuts and berries, essential for wildlife fattening up to survive winter but also good … Continue reading

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Woodland Highlights: November

November is a month of great change as leaves absorb their green chlorophyll and fall from the trees. Many mammals and insects disappear from view, finding warm places to hibernate during the colder months. The time for flowering plants is … Continue reading

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What fungi are trying to tell us about our planet’s future

With the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness most definitely upon us, it’s a good time to start looking out for fungi. In fact, researchers have found that owing to climate warming, we now have twice as long to look … Continue reading

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Woodland Highlights: October

Trees/shrubs… Acorns and hazelnuts are ripening, offering an energy packed food source for dormice. Jays and squirrels will bury them for winter storage, but they often forget the location of their secret stashes and young trees shoot up next spring. … Continue reading

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