Monthly Archives: October 2014

A productive and enjoyable walk to see Autumn Fruits (and other nature stuff), Part 2

Following on from the spectacular hop harvest we found at the end of Part 1, just round the corner we joined a hedge that contained Spindle trees, with their spectacular coral pink and orange berries (not yet quite at their best), Continue reading

A productive and enjoyable walk to see Autumn Fruits (and other nature stuff), Part 1

Last Sunday (27 September) I led a guided walk around Hillhouse Wood, West Bergholt, to show people the berries, nuts and fruit that are in our local hedgerows and woods – and convey the stories they have to tell.  It shows that some good, at least, has come out of the development of the Naturetale app, because without this I wouldn’t know any of this stuff!

We were blessed with benign weather conditions, which doubtless was partly responsible for a turnout of over twenty people.  Continue reading