I went for a walk yesterday evening. The meadows have now been cut, so the wild flowers are no longer visible. Even so there’s still a lot to see.
At dusk I stood near the kissing gate and watched a rabbit grazing. Then as I looked from the top pond into the adjoining farmer’s field, a fox strolled past only 30 yards away.
The pond has now dried up, but water has remained there for much longer this year – exactly what we wanted to achieve with the work we had done.
And in a hedgerow, I saw a flash of red – the fiery red berries of lords and ladies, a common British arum.