Monthly Archives: February 2011

WILDEN MARSH: February in Hoo Wood and Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve – PART 3.

SUNDAY  27th FEBRUARY: It’s been a quiet week in Hoo Wood and on the marsh. I haven’t seen anything unusual. Yesterday on the marsh there were the usual tits, wrens, blackbirds, crows, magpies, a few heron landing the canal side … Continue reading

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WILDEN MARSH: February in Hoo Wood and Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve – PART 2.

WEDNESDAY MORNING 9th FEBRUARY – 07:20: Overcast this morning (8 degrees C) and just a hint of rain. Pheasants nest on the ground, producing a clutch of around ten eggs over a two-three week period in April to June. The incubation … Continue reading

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WILDEN MARSH: February in Hoo Wood and Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve – PART 1.

  MONDAY EVENING – 31st JANUARY: Tomorrow is the 1st day of February and I would like an early ‘first of the month’ photograph of a muntjac deer. I noticed an area in North Pond wood last Saturd where muntjac deer … Continue reading

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