I love this time of year with the crisp mornings and the natural colours on display in our woodlands and now is the best time to vist Arboretums to see the wonderful colours that nature produces.
Dont forget to still keep an eye out for some of our Fungi that are appearing such as the Parasol which is a large fungi that pops up in our parks along with some of our smaller species such as Candlewick fungi which gets its name from the similarities it shares to the burnt ends of a candlewick, and a walk in the woods following a damp evening can often turn up a surprise or two.
|Grey Seal Pup only hours Old|
The colony at Donna Nook is stable and doing well, and the viewing area is controlled by Lincolnshire wildlife Trust Voluntary Wardens who ensure the welfare of the seals is maintained at all times and keep the viewing public at a safe distance from the seals and there pups.
Another place that is worth visiting this time of year is Dungeness RSPB Reserve for a morning before moving onto Rye Nature Reserve for the afternoon to watch the murmerations of starlings coming into roost for the evening on the marsh.
As well as the murmerations it is also an area where you can capture some good bird images of some of the more common species such as Kestrel, Blue Tits and Great Tits.
|Redshank in Flight|
|Dabchick with Catch|
So whatever the weather November is a good time of year to get out there and observe the trial and tribulations of the natural world and to witness at first hand some of the struggles it encounters for survival into the winter months and beyond.