Monday, 24 October 2011

Brandy Hole Copse in Autumn

Holly berries
On this sunny morning we decided to visit Brandy Hole Copse, a nature reserve just north of Chichester. 
I rolled a log over and a small mammal dashed away from this nest. I replaced the log carefully.

The cornfield
 Meadow on the left, cornfield on the right
The Willow Pond with Pickerel Weed
Pickerel Weed, Pontederia Cordata

Yesterday this Early Anglo-Saxon sceatta was found by a club member. A similar one is recorded on the PAS database:
A trip to Cissbury Ring was notable not for butterflies but for six Butterfly Conservation members futilely seeking Clouded Yellows.

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