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RE: Blackleach Country Park (other wildlife)


I never knew what the collective noun was for terrapins or turtles. Apparently it is a bale.
On Thursday 19th there was a bale of at least 8 terrapin, basking on the bank of the lake. Viewed distantly, all the larger ones appeared to be Red-Eared Terrapin. There were several smaller ones too. Do these breed in the wild here when released?

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A Bank Vole today was collecting grasses and taking them in to a habitat pile of cuttings



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Originally posted by Ian Boote today: -

Came accross a unusual plant at Blackleach country park called cut leaved gypsywort, or High Wolfstrapp or Lycopus exaltatus. Native of west asia and central east Europe.

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