Complementary Colours

It was like nature had put out the bunting to welcome Reece, Marcus and myself back to Berrybanks, a rather appealing purple and yellow theme, and the butterflies loved it too.

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An attractive mixture of St. John’s Wort and Tufted Vetch at first glance.

Loads of bug-life but no time to start chasing them about today.

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A nice curvy path creates little micro-habitats for all sorts of things. Good to see a pair of Bloody-nosed Beetles this far down the path. We just snipped away anything that was looking at growing inwards, which was mainly bramble, and picked up any discarded litter.


No benches in this area so we need a log circle or something like to sit at. I have an idea so watch this space!!

Nice to enjoy a coffee and chat after a good morning of work though, despite some dummy forgetting the biscuits!!

Until next time!



About Paul

Just trying to create a slice of wildlife and a place for people to chill out and meet new friends in this crazy world that we live in.
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