November update

A group of 5 guardians visited the Fromus reserve this morning to survey the storm damage and were pleased to find no large trees fallen – possibly due to the dryness of the summer securing the roots.  The ancient crab apple has lost a top branch and a number of large oak branches have dropped but the reserve was full of berries, large purple bullaces and even a muntjac bolting across a lower field into hedgerow cover.  The field maples were gloriously turning, there is an exceptionally tall specimen on the damn and, unusually, near the lower pond mistletoe is growing on some field maples.  You can read the report in the seasonal diary and view new images in the autumn gallery.

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