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30 Aug 2018

There was always a view from this section of the Coastal Path, taking in the Forth and the iconic Rail Bridge, but it was fast disappearing with the growth of trees and shrubs.  The area also had a range of rank grasses with Creeping Thistle being the main contributor...

24 Aug 2018

As I said in an earlier post, the hot dry summer produces some winners and some losers in the natural world, and one of the winners this year has been a small butterfly, the Small Copper, that in years past used to be a common sight everywhere. 

It was in December 2015...

13 Aug 2018

Sunday the 5th August, in pleasantly warm weather, 4 of us worked our way from the Bathing House Wood end of the path through to The Triangle, collecting the litter that had mostly been uncovered during the path refurbishment work.  There was not as much as I had expec...

5 Aug 2018

It tends to be taken for granted that having some wild areas of grass, flowers, and trees is a good thing, but the recent long spell of dry weather helps to highlight why this is so, and why we must do all we can to protect the wild places we have, no matter how small.


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