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Back to Heslington Lake now, and some slightly unusual behaviour I have been observing. Advertisements
A few weeks back I was complaining about the inability of Small Skippers to ever stay still and let me take a photo. Happily that has now changed.
Day 26 is really a second part to Day 25, coming from the first ever Local Nature Reserve, established in 1952. Aberlady Bay.
There is a small wildflower meadow a minute outside my office, but I never go and walk in it. I’m always drawn to the lake. For Day 19, I changed that.
Because why should I be restricted to highlighting one moment a day, of a great moment presents itself?
It’s an exciting time in the garden right now, with signs of Spring everywhere…
A day of elusive insects and amphibians in Derby last weekend, but there were some treats amongst the frustrations.