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Lee Schofield May 7
Variations on Viola lutea, mountain pansy at
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Lee Schofield Jun 16
Five years ago, before bought them, these fields at were green deserts, overgrazed and fertilised with minimal wildlife value. Today they are incredible - visibly and audibly buzzing with life.
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rattycastle Mar 17
10 mins from our wow what a great day on green green grass ๐Ÿ˜Š
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April Windle Feb 17
Okay Xanthoria polycarpa, there is abundantly fertile, and then there is this, very impressive! โ€˜Numerous crowded apotheciaโ€™ doesnโ€™t quite cut it! Prepping for my event next week!
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Imogen Apr 29
Early start on for first bird survey of the year. Cuckoo x2 and grasshopper warbler a nice surprise! Lovely spring flowers too (mountain pansy and wood anemone).
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Imogen Jul 29
Great burnet, betony and common/heath spotted orchid at
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Mrs Walker-214 Jul 30
Popped out this afternoon to climb Great and Little Mell Fells. Thought we could push our luck and have a walk at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve but the rain caught up with us - no matter, this was a great place we've never visited before, we'll be back on a dryer day!
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Lee Schofield Jul 7
Ragged robin at . Such a distinctive plant, love it.
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Stephen Trotter Jun 20
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CumbriaWildlifeTrust Jul 2
Meadows at looking magnificent in all their colourful glory....a great day to be surveying them! ๐ŸŒป๐Ÿต๐ŸŒธโ˜€๏ธ
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anneontheshelf Sep 9
The beautiful Grass of Parnassus, Parnassia palustris at NR, near Keswick. Quite a long search in grey and breezy conditions but a very good reward! Congratulations to on establishing this area as a NR.
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Imogen Apr 20
Balloons on for the third time this year. The previous time they were at the top of a tree so I couldn't retrieve them. Please stop releasing balloons!
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Elizabeth Sullivan Aug 21
Enjoyed a recent visit to on a guided walk. Can see why Grass of Parnassus is known as the bog star
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Imogen Oct 10
A flat calm day, not a cloud in the sky (rare) at
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Lee Schofield 21 May 18
Mountain everlasting, mountain pansy and bitter vetch brightening up this evening, to a soundtrack of skylarks and chipping snipe.
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Jody & Alfie dog ๐Ÿพ Jun 14
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Paul Nolan Imagery 23 Feb 18
Emanate - The clouds appear to be erupting from the fells above Keswick on this November day. Image was taken from Eycott Hill
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Jody & Alfie dog ๐Ÿพ 16 Jun 18
Day 16 has included pond dipping, mini beast hunting, meadow exploring, bio-blitzing, moth id-ing (and more!) as we helped people enjoy a . An epic day for ! ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ›๐Ÿ๐ŸŒผ
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Jody & Alfie dog ๐Ÿพ 15 Jun 18
Wildflower ID course on day 15 ! Learned loads thanks to !
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CumbriaWildlifeTrust Jul 1
A gorgeous sunset on Friday for the Dusking for Moths event at we spotted lots of chimney sweepers, white carpet & green carpet! ๐Ÿฆ‹โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿฆ—
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