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December Data 2023

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Hello B[L]OG Friends …..

December has been frozen, sodden, windy and sunny. I’ve been kind to myself and not ventured out on really foul weather days and been rewarded with sunshine just a little bit too.

BIG NEWS – on 29th of the month I broke the 4,000 trees removed barrier. I am chuffed.

December Data:-

828 total trees removed

355 Birch trees (43%)

445 Spruce (54%)

And 21 Scots Pine and 7 Rowan.

I’ve spent just over 16 hours removing trees from the Moss on 12 different days.

Favourite wildlife encounter: a crow came to check me out. I found a roe deer antler at the foot of a tangle of small birch trees. I’ve seen the bucks rubbing their antlers on the trees.

Least comfortable moments: I tested the hypothesis that if you fill your wellies with water eventually this will keep your feet warm!

Email me via the Contact Page with your comments, questions and thoughts.

Thank you.

Blogged by Lesley B.

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