The Wilden Marsh Blog

Monthly Archives: January 2017

  WARNING! This post contains graphic sexual content involving an old dog and a foxy lady. Washed out greens and browns are the colours of Wilden Marsh at the moment. Kingfishers dart up and down the river and grey wagtails zoom about. There are tits galore, ducks by the dozen, flapping moorhens, calling buzzards circling on thermals, bellowing cattle and grazing horses all around me. Muntjac deer are mooching about. The marsh foxes are restlessly prowling about: January is… Read More

The temperature on Wilden Marsh this morning hovered around 0 degrees Centigrade. All puddles, the cattle’s drinking holes, the GCN ponds, the lagoons, and South Pool were iced over. In Hoo Wood, hawthorn buds are breaking open and honeysuckle creepers are really well covered with new leaves. A variety of small green leaved plants are shooting up along the muddy river banks and new grass is rapidly covering areas of corridor churned up by wheeled and tracked vehicle involved in maintenance tasks late last year…. Read More

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