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Ferns, Flowers and Flycatchers!

Monday, April 25th 2011

Adder's Tongue Fern is now out on pool banks of the wetland.

Adder's Tongue Fern

In some of the ponds Common Water Crowfoot is in flower.

Water Crowfoot

Finally, this Pied Flycatcher was spotted along Risedale Beck in the late afternoon on Sunday. This is almost certainly the earliest record ever for this species at Foxglove (24th April).

Pied Flycatcher


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