A relaxed day again – I’m at work from tomorrow until Saturday. I took the scenic route to a meadow/stretch of Greenbelt which is my location of today’s 30 Days Wild!
A long the way I came across Great Spotted Woodpeckers, a Robin, heard Blackcaps singing and saw a family of Blue Tits – I even observed a Swallow flying low round a field catching lunch, most likely for it’s chicks.
I eventually arrived at my chosen ‘site’, where for half an hour I would read this months issue of BBC Wildlife magazine.
I had Swifts screeching above me, Linnets fleeting about, various insects buzzing and jumping around me, plus the sound of the breeze through the trees/flora. It was great!
What I like about what I’ve read so far:
- Suggestions on what wildlife to see, for example Puffins, Daubenton’s Bats and Harbour Seals (the latter being my favourite animals).
- Advice on Honeybee swarms and some science behind climbing plants, with the main focus being on Honeysuckle (again, one of my favourites).
- A newly discovered clue to the origin of language, from studies on Lar Gibbons in Thailand, Giant Tortoises preferring fruits of invasive species on The Galápagos Islands and a explanation on Convergent Evolution.
Thanks for reading 😀
4 thoughts on “Day 9 – 30 Days Wild”
Looks like a great spot to read 🙂
Thank you Allysse 🙂
Another fantastic blog post! Sounds like a great magazine… I’d be very interested in what it had to say in the articles on climbing plants, language and evolution. You couldn’t have picked a better place to read! Keep on getting wild! 🙂 x
Thanks Gaz! Yes, you should subscribe to the magazine! 😀 x