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This web site started life as a single page back in March 1998 just for fun. I added to it as time went by but had to move house so the site over one full year was never finished.

The site includes over sixty images of the wild flowers that appeared in the wood and meadow during my visits. They are listed on a month by month basis as I photographed them.

There is also a page of illustrations of the birds I identified in the wood. Some of these birds are quite common, others are quite unusual. My favourite is the spectacular yellow, red, black and white Goldfinch - you can't miss this one if you see it.


AnimalsBird IllustrationsTrees & BushesWoodland Management

The Bird TableFurzefield History, in shortInside Furzefield Wood

In flower in MayIn flower in early JuneIn flower in JuneIn flower in JulyIn flower in August