A bumper day for Heath fritillaries in Thorndon and East Blean Woods outside of Canterbury. I swear it was the most common butterfly on the searingly hot woodland rides. Was also lucky enough to spot a white admiral which came to check me out with a fly by.
Inspired by the BBC One programme, War on Plastic, I took great delight in giving all my single use plastic back to Asda yesterday.
Asda are one of the worst offenders and I don’t often shop there, choosing instead to get my veggies from the farm shop down the road, but not everyone has the luxury of time to do this.
Our supermarkets need to take responsibility for the role they play in creating plastic waste. Listen up Asda. I don’t want recycled plastic or compostable plastic I just don’t want the plastic in the first place. Sell things loose and let me bag them up myself
Please send a similar message to your supermarket and post a picture to #ourplasticfeedback.
My world is full of lapwing,
They dance before my eyes, in sleep deprived delirium
lapwings calling in my dreams
tiny fluff balls, hiding in the grass, making me anxious.
Hurry up and grow, fledge, survive
So I can get some rest.
Instead of an update, this month you can join me for a day out on the marshes searching for lapwing chick as part of the North Kent Breeding Wader project