Birdsong suddenly vanishes after the end of June
Several white butterflies have been lured out to feed on my sweet peas that climb with thin tendrils up my piece of wooden trellis.
Leave any pruning until the end of the summer to allow any nesting birds to raise a family in the ivy
..... and Blue Tits look for a nesting site
Vividly coloured and translucent fruits
Fascinating little mammals
Chick was born in a very immature state
Sometimes called "giant rhubarb"
Norwich cathedral peregrines mated again on Easter Saturday
Easter egg laid on nesting platform
Special platform erected on Norwich cathedral spire
Becoming increasingly rare in the wild
They herald the coming of a new Spring
They appear in late January and early February
Trees look good in winter as well!
Members of the Ink Cap family of fungi
The peace near a river
Nature goes into it's resting phase
A very engaging bird that is a master of hanging upside down
One of our most cheery garden birds.
Very common but also very poisonous mushrooms
Only 5% of all the world's fungi have been identified
Common name is Blanket Flowers
As summer ends it is time for Nature to produce seeds
One of our most common, butterflies but still attractive nevertheless.
A place of tranquility and beauty with a tropical atmosphere
June has finally made up for the cold winter and the flowers are at their peak.
Goldfinches are maybe the most handsome of the garden Finches
Poppies are the symbol of World War 1
Dandelions are regarded as a weed.....
Wheatfen is a Nature Reserve managed by the Ted Ellis Trust
The Siskin can sometimes be confused with the Greenfinch.
Bluebells are highly scented flowers
Photosynthesis is taking place at last to green everything up
Spring has sprung......
Bergenias (doing very well as Spring tries to develop)
A very bedraggled Peacock
Collared doves seen "kissing"......
The Jackdaw is the most common Corvid
A woodpecker was heard....
A Green Woodpecker stopped by
Spring will be delayed this year
Starlings are not the most attractive birds of birds
Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend
My garden robin is a very perky bird
The birds are spoilt for choice