New year new trees!

January 10, 2020

A recent, generous bequest has enabled us to buy and plant about 50 new trees at Three Owls Wood  here is one of 12 English Yew trees, possibly our longest lived tree. Other new trees include Holly, Crab Apple and Whitebeam When we arrived at the wood today we were greated by a huge Buzzard. I love their 'keening' cry - a real sound of the wild! Also there were 2 woodcock, and wild Mallard on the the new pond.


Happy New Year!


David     

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