October 20 Walk with Mike Mullis

skimmers

hawkers

darters

chasers

odonata/dragonflies

migrant hawkers  bluish dragonflies

low flying heron, cygnet landing strangely

meadow pippits  reed bunting linnets gold crest black caps chifchafs warblers

marsh orchids

tubular water dropwort

purple loosestrife fleabane water plantain

greater water parsnip

native birch oak sycamore oak, not laurel

brambles and nettles are most wildlife friendly

in the middle of a wood two huge bay trees

treading a new path in a bluebell wood means bluebells don’t come back

clouded yellow butterflies everywhere

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