Despite the morning frost, there are still a few Common Darters about.
In the heathland area, we find a vole and a dead shrew, and possibly some roe deed hoofprints
There are many species of fungi in the wood today.
As for birds, the highlight were some Marsh Tits, the first I've seen in a very long time, feeding near the lodge together with a Great Tit.
This wood makes a great short walk in the autumn, and I can't wait to visit it in the spring.
Vole found under a corrugated iron plank. Other than this, we only found ants
Freshly dead Common Shrew, the red-tipped teeth are visible.
View of the heathland patch
Male Common Darter
- Carrion Crow
- Long tailed tit
- Great Spotted Woodpecker
- Marsh Tit
- Great Tit
YWT site. here.
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