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The Hedgerow at Harvest Time

As the summer begins to turn to autumn, the plants in our hedgerows change in colour and a plentiful store of fruits ripens for both the residents and the visitors. The plants will soon die back, so the animals must … Continue reading

09. July 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Birds Nests in Fields and Hedgerows

Nest sites Field boundaries provide sheltered locations for nests. Numerous birds and small and large mammals build their nests in hedgerows, walls or banks for the food. shelter and easy access to other areas that they provide. Regular hedgerow-nesting birds … Continue reading

07. July 2017 by Dave Pinkney
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Our Patchwork Landscape

The term ‘patchwork landscape’ may convey an idea of randomness, a mixed assemblage of woodland edge, scrub, hedgerow and open ground – but its character is quite distinct, its origins and development easily traceable. However diverse, it represents a broad … Continue reading

03. November 2016 by Dave Pinkney
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