If you’ve been feeling depressed by the wet, cold summer then I urge you to take a trip outdoors this weekend and reap your reward.
That dreadful, torrential rain and flooding that we’ve all had to tolerate has created a rhapsody of autumnal splendour around our cities, parks and countryside. Leaves of green, yellow, gold, amber and russet are punctuated by berries of blue/black, red and orange – a sight that could inspire anyone to reach for the box of paints or a camera. Those November winds are just around the corner so don’t leave it too late. Visit this link to find out more.
|Autumn colours in the suburbs of Leeds|
|Guelder rose berries|
One big advantage of the November winds is that it becomes much easier to help beginners to identify birds; you can see them and they are in view for longer. Now is a great time to join a class or a birdwatching walk. I have some places available on my birdwatching classes at Rodley Nature Reserve starting again on Monday 5th and Wednesday 7th November for 6 weeks. If you are interested then give me a call. Alternatively, join me at the weekend on one of my walks.
Call me on 07778 768719 for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org