Monthly Archives: December 2014

Common woodland bryophytes

I appreciate that mosses and liverworts probably don’t have the same appeal as birds or bees, so it wasn’t that surprising that we had a smaller group on our bryo walk. It was also on a Sunday morning, and the weather didn’t look that promising, but it did mean that we could have a focussed […]

Picture of gorse on the heath

Birds of the heath

Despite all the wet weather leading up to our walk on 9 November, we ended up being graced with a gorgeous autumn day to explore a corner of Ashdown Forest. Led by our inspiring bird expert, Tom Forward, it was a beautiful introduction to some of our local species at this time of year. Barely […]