Monthly Archives: June 2018

Ready for redstarts

I took a short walk down the River Lyd on Dartmoor and saw some lovely birds. Continue reading

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Peakin’ at the Wrekin

I have fulfilled my long ambition to climb the Wrekin but was sorry that the toposcope did not show that you can see Cader Idris from the top. Continue reading

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Telford’s new 50-mile trail

I was pleased to launch the Telford T50 50-mile trail around Telford, to celebrate the anniversary of the new town. Continue reading

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The elusive bee-orchid

I got up early on 13 June to look for a bee orchid. Continue reading

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Hunt for the black poplar

I returned to Hanbury Hall in Worcestershire to meet the local Ramblers and find the black poplars. Continue reading

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The sounds of Coed Rheidol

I took my visually-impaired friend Marika Kovacs for an early-morning walk to Coed Rheidol to listen to birds Continue reading

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The Big Welsh Walk: another triumph

The second Big Welsh Walk in Ceredigion, organised by Ramblers Cymru, was a great success. Continue reading

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