Sunday, 2 March 2008

Kensington Gardens Heathland!

Heathland Kensington Gardens
I was walking around Kensington Gardens with Des this morning when he mentioned a conversation he had with local botanist, Elinor Wiltshire. She pinpointed this non-descript little patch of heather as the only naturally occurring heathland within a twenty five mile radius. I don't now which was more exciting, that intriguing snippet of info or the Water Rail that put on a show for us again at The Longwater reed bed.

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