We'd not been to West Harling Woods for a long time so decided it was to be our Saturday walk destination. Parking up by the church as usual we embarrked on a long clockwise walk returning by the River Thet. The only birds of interest were a small flock of Siskins by the bridge over the river and noisy Rooks setting up territories around their rookeries but there were a few plants to see on the way round. A peculiar tall grass growing in clumps in a large clearing caught my eye and turned out to be Wood Small-reed which was a new one for me and according to Suffolk Flora the Brecks is it's local stronghold. Also seen were plenty of flowering Box, a nice clump of Spurge-laurel, several clumps of Stinking Hellebore near to the Dower House and a few patches of Snowdrops.
Get The Best Articles About Several Disorders Like ADHD, Anxiety, Hair Loss, Pain, Insomnia, And Many More Through Our Website.ReplyDelete
Best Pharmacy Meds Articles
Get Best Articles Of Health Symptoms
Online Health Tips
Visit Our Website
Articles About Disorders