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Alan Mee 8h
Turning a bend on the boreen this lovely woodcock flew directly towards me at head height and landed three metres away. He was unfazed by my presence and after a few minutes walked casually into the undergrowth.
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Annika Clements 3h
I still get a childlike joy from finding hidden in the woods. Sorry not a photo of trees, shrubs or wildflowers but a gem nonetheless
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Lill Dunne 8h
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Fearghal Duffy 49m
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FriendsofMerlinWoods 21h
Had a lovely walk around the meadows and woods today today ... great colours
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Ross Hutchinson 9h
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MartinešŸ¦‹Brennan Nov 23
More lichens from the weekend's challenge
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Biodiversity Ireland 7h
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MartinešŸ¦‹Brennan Nov 26
Sulphur Tuft fungi growing amongst gravel.
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SavetheHellfire Nov 27
Spotted these two beauties admiring the view this morning!
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Biodiversity Ireland Nov 24
Outside of the "Often Overlooked" theme, you'll find plenty of other aspects over at Birds & Fungi in particular are still extremely popular groups, with lots of great photos coming in. Thanks to
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Biodiversity Ireland 9h
Great to see so many great pictures coming in for the revisit to our Trees & Wildflower theme Keep all your brilliant shots coming in over the weekend Thanks for sharing their photos.
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Liam Lysaght 8h
Ready for a new cycle of growth
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Heather Bothwell 6h
Pear trees grafted on white thorns, a long time ago. Farmer emigrated to Aus. 1950s . Neighbour tells me of great adventures as a boy in early sixties round the lake + across fields for pears. Now maybe the pine martens, and birds have them.
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SavetheHellfire Nov 23
Was getting a little late to take moss shots this evening but here are a few we managed from Montpelier Hill!
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MartinešŸ¦‹Brennan Nov 20
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Biodiversity Ireland Nov 23
Moving on from Lichens, our next challenge will focus on Moss! This often overlooked group is all around us, on the ground, on trees even on walls. Why not share what mosses you see in your area! (Look below for some inspiration)
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MartinešŸ¦‹Brennan Nov 24
I went back for a closer look at this lichen on a tree trunk - I think it is a Lecanora species.
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Sean Lysaght Nov 24
Here's a moss from higher ground, on Mount Eagle at over 300 metres.
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Ger Craig Nov 24
Mosses from the garden today for
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