Jeni Bell’s Wild Britain – New Forest Wildflowers

New Forest Wildflowers

words  by Jeni Bell

The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie……..

The New Forest is a huge expanse, spanning approximately 219 square miles and containing a plentiful array of habitats. There’s broad leaf woodland, conifer plantations, heathland, scrub and even salt marsh so there’s a lot to cover and plenty of opportunities for identification challenges. We spent a weekend exploring the heath type areas around Cadmans Pool, a quite open scrubby expanse, along towards Broomy Walk which is bordered by some mixed enclosures with plenty of lush ferns included.

Whilst there were some butterflies and dragonflies present, I chose to focus on flowers for this week’s Summer Identification Challenge.

To read more head to: https://www.seekingwildsights.co.uk/summer-id-challenge/week-two-the-new-forest-wildflowers

 

 

 

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