WILFORD CLAY PIT + TK
Nothing can better four hours in the company of Tannavi and the nature to be found at this terrific little nature reserve other than more hours.
Briza media is a lovely distinctive grass with spikelets that dance and tremble. It is not at all common generally except on basic soils and it is very frequent here.
I’ve visited this Notts Wildlife Trust reserve on several occasion as have many other naturalists and botanists so I’m pleased to have found a first for the site (if BSBI maps are anything to go by) in the form of Sulphur Cinquefoil Potentilla recta.
As the day warmed up (we were on site by 7:15) the invertebrates gained our attention and several Burnet Companions were the highlight among these.
Tannavi is beautiful and clever and delightful – here she is photographing a Burnet Companion and her photos are much better than mine.