Flowers

Saturday, April 29th 2023

The cool weather is keeping many of the flowers 'on hold'. If you look back at the April blogs of 2021 and 2022 you will notice a big difference.  This raises the question were they too warm or is this April too cold?  

Bird Cherry shows its leaves quite early in the spring and are they often covered by greenfly.  The buds appear and suddenly there are flowers!

One of the apple trees in the orchard has just about opened its flowers.

Bluebells can be seen on the bank along Risedale Beck and many other places across the reserve.  At the minute the buds are staying tightly closed.

A reminder of the Dawn Chorus Walk on Monday 8th May, starting at 0530.  If you are interested please book your place through the web site or contact the reserve managers.

We are going to trial some new methods of recording to enable us to have more detail about the species that call Foxglove home.  The monthly observation board will still be available.  More information will be available shortly. 


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