12 thoughts on “Morning on the Heath

    • 😉 actually, joking aside, it’s an interesting landscape. Once it used to be heathland, a very important habitat for wildlife. But over the decades, most of Surrey’s heaths have become overgrown with birch and Scott’s pine, both growing like weeds in this county. So Surrey Wildlife are trying to regenerate the Heath by cutting down the trees. Seems counterintuitive when much of the world is worrying about excessive deforestation. Anyway, the odd lone tree has been left. I should find out why. Perhaps something nests there.

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