Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Lichens, Mosses and Goldeneye.....










Had a walk with Charlie Payne around the Calf Hey Reservoir and took a few photos. On the res was two Male Goldeneye and a Male Goosander, a pair of Mallard and several Black Headed Gulls.
(First two photos are of mosses on the car park approach wall, which also retains the old burial ground. The third photo (top right) is the old Grane Village area closeby the bird hide. The bottom left photo is: Hypogymnia physodes and then the next is Evernia prunastri and these are found close to Top O'th Knoll, and the bottom right hand photo is of Bryoria fuscescens growing on tree near to bird hide...