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N 53 B 1.7K C 111 E May 18, 2019 F Jun 10, 2019
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I paesaggi mediterranei della ginestra, sono paesaggi che esercitano sui sensi dell'uomo stimoli molteplici e di suggestiva intensità. Stimoli olfattivi, con i profumi della macchia; stimoli cromatici, con il giallo delle ginestre in fiore e il rpofilo azzurro dei monti e stimoli acustici, con il canto dei passeriformi, che nella stessa macchia delimitano e difensono invisibili territori ..... ..

Tags:   Paesaggio Landscape Paesaggio mediterraneo Ginestra Spartium junceum Colore Giallo Luce Bellezza Armonia

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Close ups of the flowers are nice, however I want to show the habitat for some. Habitat is so important and loss of various habitats is putting our biodiversity in peril.
29th May 2019 Lathkill Dale Derbyshire UK
Not the easiest of walks. Worth every ache and pain.

Tags:   Wildflowers Derbyshire Lathkill Dale Veronica chamaedrys NGC NPC

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Edmonton, Canada

Tags:   Red

N 152 B 4.8K C 166 E Mar 26, 2019 F Jun 13, 2019
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Brown Hare - Lepus europaeus

Norfolk

The brown hare is known for its long, black-tipped ears and fast running - it can reach speeds of 45mph when evading predators. It prefers a mosaic of farmland and woodland habitats and can often be spotted in fields.

Thought to have been introduced into the UK in Roman Times (or even earlier), the brown hare is now considered naturalised. It is most common in grassland habitats and at woodland edges, favouring a mosaic of arable fields, grasses and hedgerows. It grazes on vegetation and the bark of young trees and bushes. Brown hares do not dig burrows, but shelter in 'forms', which are shallow depressions in the ground or grass; when disturbed, they can be seen bounding across the fields, using their powerful hind legs to propel them forwards, often in a zigzag pattern. Brown hares are at their most visible in early spring when the breeding season encourages fighting or 'boxing'. Females can produce three to four litters of two to four young (known as leverets) a year.

Widespread, but absent from northern Scotland and the Scottish islands, except Islay, I'm reliably informed.

Tags:   Hare Hares Animal Animals Mammal Wildlife. Wildlife Photography Jeff Lack Photography Farmland Fields Heathland Hedgerows Heathlands Heaths Moorland Moors Crops Stubble Norfolk Nature coth5 NGC NPC

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Stafford UK 13th June 2019

Tags:   Flowers Stafford NGC NPC


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