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Category Archives: Wildlife and Nature
Really wonderful blossom on show in Bingfield Park right now. Well worth a walk in your lunchbreak or a diversion on your commute. As ever though you have to dodge the dog poo especially just off the paths. Bingfield Park … Continue reading
The King’s Cross pond, or ‘Of Soil and Water’ to use the title of this temporary art installation near the York Way railway bridge, was planned to exist for just two years. After that it will be filled in and … Continue reading
You know spring is here when the Wildlife Trust volunteers are out in force on the towpath between York Way and the Islington Tunnel… This morning saw them hard at work conserving the wonderful planting around the entrance to the … Continue reading
The weirdly warm weather means that some plants have never caught on that it’s winter and others are going Spring like early. The blossoming cherry tree in Argyle Street is sure to attract hordes of homesick Japanese people. And at … Continue reading
The towpath of the Regent’s Canal behind the station between York Way (Maiden Lane), Caledonian Road and the Islington tunnel is rich in naturally growing wildflowers. Here’s just a small selection of those seen this year. Many thanks to the … Continue reading