Bridge and Bluebells

Friday, June 3rd 2011

The bridge at the head of the lake is almost finished. Trevor and Daryl are beavering away in order to complete a circular wheelchair route from the Field Centre to the Lake Hides.

Bridge at lake head

Here is the view from the bridge.

View from bridge at head of lake

Through the wodland walk, the bank is still blue with flowering Bluebells, whilst along Risedale Beck they are dropping their petals as they set seed.  This stem is being used by a froghopper, inside the Cuckoo Spit.

Bluebell setting seed


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