Author: Bryan Yorke

Friday and Saturday 16th and 17th April 2021 – Slape and Lancelot and Dalton areas (Birds Foot Sedge and Herb Paris)

Had more beauties today whilst travelling up Slape Lane and into Lancelot Clark Storth. I wanted to check out the Birds Foot Sedge and pleasantly surprised after last years disaster when we had none.  I noticed this sever plants already coming thr…

Tuesday 13th March 2021 – Slape Lancelot etc (With lots more below)

 A quick check out of Slape, Lancelot etc. (approx 1630hrs)Found a new population of “Town Hall Clock” (Moschatel) which was very nice. Also my first descent Bluebell quite close to Bluebell Wood. Other nice bits and pieces.Lovely Spring Cinquefoi…

Merlin chasing Skylark – and Skylark got away by using its gifted ascension methods….

 Merlin chasing Skylark, yet Skylark evades capture by clever tacticread more below these links:Notes on Lapwings (3rd March 2021) Demise (local 1960s onward) and also Winter Roosting on Factory Roofs in East Lancs between 1980s and 2000 see below…

Notes on Lapwings (written 3rd March 2021) Demise/Roosting on Factory Roofs in East Lancs.

Notes on Lapwings (3rd March 2021) Demise (local 1960s onward) and also Winter Roosting on Factory Roofs in East Lancs between 1980s and 2000 see below the links:Click over the Shortcut Links below: 12th Feb 2021 – Just starting to see new growth …

1st March 2021 – So Whats been happening this week (first scollie rosettes – Lots of Chiffchaff reports – Mezereone on its way etc)

 Well it’s that time of year when it is smart! just like the very first day of Spring (1st March).Sunday 28th February 2021.Mollie the Scollie was found yesterday – 28th February 2021  so so early, well at least by a week or two for my record…

Just starting to note new growth etc (from 12th Feb 2021)

 (12th Feb 2021) – Slape Lane and Lancelot Clark Storth (CWT)Been out and about checking this that and the other……A frozen Early Purple Orchid (mascula) rosette, happy to make its presence known within the Northern Brown Argus area of the west…

INTERTWINED

 Click over the Links: Thr 11th February 2021 – Early movement and Spring Bird Migration over Burton In Kendal.Tues 9th February 2021 – IntertwinedThursday 19th November 2020 – Nice stroll or wander with fabulous wonders and my December copy …

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EARLY MOVEMENTS AND SPRING MIGRATION OF BIRDS THROUGH BURTON IN KENDAL (February 11th onwards 2021)

 Meadow Pipitphoto: thanks to Phil Slade (Another Bird Blog)Saturday March 20th 2021 – Vicarage Lane, Burton In Kendal, Cumbria.Watch 0630 to 1130hrs – Wind: SW 2-3 mph, 7c, 0.mm rain, 75% Cloud, 1032mb pressure.Gone back to a light passage. …

Finding a new Polypodium cambricum on Hutton Roof Crags (17th December 2020).

 Wednesday 17th November 2020 – NEW Polypodium cambricum on Hutton Roof – SEE BELOW*******************Thursday 19th November 2020 – Nice stroll or wander with fabulous wonders and my December copy for the local magazine – SEE BLOG BELOW THESE LINK…

Nice Stroll or wander with fabulous wonders (Thursday 19th November 2020) also my December Copy for the local Rag…

Thursday 19th Novbember 2020 – Nice stroll or wander with fabulous wonders and my December copy for the local magazine – SEE BLOG BELOW THESE LINKS…..CHECKING OUT SOUTHERN POLYPODY AND BLACK SPLEENWORT PLUS FUNGI, FUNGI AND MORE FUNGI – Click here***…