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Miscellaneous

Whilst I have tried to create a page for each animal, views or objects there are some things that don't have much in common - except that they are found in and around the heath: these I have lumped together as miscellaneous.

To see a larger copy of each image click on it; to see the next large image click at the right of the image, to go back click on the left of the image. To close a large image click on the cross in the top right hand corner.

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2020

 
Egyptian Goose feather   The remains of the willow at the corner of the pond
     
Off to collect the boats from the centre of the pond... and bringing them back on not such a warm day!
     
Freshwater Mussels
 
     
Carp - Thirty one and a half pounds!
     
 
Solitary Bees
     
Rain water on some oil on a kerb-stone
     
 
Wind vanes around the heath
 
     
 
A penguin in a rubbish bit!   The Moon
     
     
 
Lichen   Moth
     
 
Conker Cases   Conkers
     
 
Cobwebs
 
     
     
 
     
     
Lichen
     
 
Acorns - this year (2020) is a Mast Year
     
 
     
 
     
 
     
     
     
 
     
     
 
     
     
 

A clear dog foot print in the mud    
 
 
 
Found along the heath, parallel with Heath Road East   Lichen

2021

   
 
 
    A rare visitor to the heath: a Dodo
     
 
 
A crocodile in Heath Pond?
 
     
   
     
 
 
     
     
 
     
 
     
 
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