US social scientist Kenneth Boulding : ‘If you believe exponential growth can go on in a finite world, you are either a madman or an economist’.

Friday, 28 May 2010

28/5/10: Baby Slow Worm and Damselfly in the garden

This sub-1 year-old Slow Worm under a rock at the top end of the garden is an encouraging sign of ongoing breeding in the area :-

My Bird's-foot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus) plants, raised from seed collected on the local golf course, were looking in fine fettle today and are good for Bees :-

There was also a Blue-tailed Damselfly in the garden today as well as a couple of Long-tailed Tits, and 7 Ring-necked Parakeets were seen in the Silver Birches down the hill.

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