Notes From The Downs
Beware the fae folk for they dwell in the heartwood of the trees, the ripples of the streams and the whispers of the breeze.
Last month I had the opportunity to take part in some routine maintenance at Graffham Down Reserves.
Our main tasks were coppicing to let in the light for the understory to flourish, and brush clearing to free the swamped wood spurge, a favourite of the rare drab looper moth, from the bramble.
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