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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Thousands of toads and frogs are living in the Lagoon Field. The toads leave the Lagoon Field every year around 9th March; they walk across the Northern Corridor to mate in North Pond at the southern end of the Swamp. The Northern Corridor and North Pond Pasture are covered with toads at the start of their mating frenzy  – I have to be very careful placing my feet to avoid squashing them…. Read More

I expect there will be a few wobbly cattle on the marsh later today.  

The flailed north end of the Lagoon Field is turning green already.  

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