Monthly Archives: October 2014

Looking over Ennerdale

The rolling fells to the south-west of Ennerdale just sneak into the edge of the Lake District National Park but lack the rugged nature of much else in the area.  A long finger of forest used to stick into these … Continue reading

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Grouse everywhere

This year seems to have been a good one for red grouse on the managed moors of Northumberland.  A walk up Watson’s Pike, a couple of days ago, took us out on to the well-tended heather above the green valley … Continue reading

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