• Tim Keith

Last patrol of the season on Paige Brook

Beautiful morning to do the last patrol of the season on Paige Brook. Covered grids 3556, 3555, 3595, 3594, 3635,3634, 3663, 3674, 3673, 3713, 3753, 3752 3751, 3711, 3712, 3671.


The bladderwort is starting to die off and sink to the bottom and thread grass is present in abundance throughout much of the Brook. With lower water levels and less bladderwort the patch of water marigold is much easier to see. There was so much of it that I was concerned it might be fanwort but took a sample and examined the leaves and they look like they are connected directly to the stem. See below.


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