Tag Archives: Wilden Marsh

Nia Shetland

When Nia saw me this morning, she started to bolt. I whistled and she stopped dead in her tracks, so she is getting used to me now.

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Nia Shetland is Very Wary of Me

Blossom’s calf, Nia, is very wary of me; her namesake was also very wary of me when she was younger – she’s ok now, though.

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Blossom and her New Ear Tagged Calf, Nia

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Heron Flying Through Hoo Wood

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Plastic Rubbish And Rubbish Rafts Along The Middle And North Sections Of Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

Leaving Linda and Mike Averill collecting and bagging plastic bottles on the South Riverside Pasture yesterday afternoon, I went off to inspect the River Stour flowing through the middle and north marshes. The high levels of fast flowing water has … Continue reading

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Now Too Settled In The Rhombus Field

When I arrived at the Rhombus Field today the herd came running, mooing and bellowing. What I heard was: “We’ve had enough of this Rhombus Field, Mr. Mike!” Cutting willow and alder scrub in the Orchid Field was my plan … Continue reading

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Settling In

I didn’t get down to the Reserve until late this afternoon and was pleased to see the cattle still at ease in the Rhombus Field. They were eating rush on a drier part of the field, with the gate open, … Continue reading

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