Wednesday, 14 November 2012

The gloom of the last few days has lifted so a stroll down to Spit Beach was in order.

The rock pile at the entrance to the harbour is always a good place in the autumn to look for Black Redstarts and so it proved today with a pair showing from time to time when they weren't being chased off by a pugnacious Robin.

To add to the excitement I found a veritable forest (well a small copse) of these fungi growing in my lawn. I believe they are Geoglossum cookeianum with the english name of Earth Tongue

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