Bats and brimstones: a British wildlife safari by Dixe Wills in The Guardian Saturday May 28 2011

Just like to thank Dixe Wills for a great write up in The Guardian this Bank holiday Saturday.

“Cruising backroads on which we were the only traffic, we entered Sned Wood, a haven for butterflies. We slowed our pace and were seduced by the dappled charms of chocolate-coloured speckled woods and brilliantly camouflaged brimstones, flitting about like tiny yellow leaves that had taken flight. Overhead, hovering buzzards were replaced by whirling red kites as we pushed further west and briefly into Wales.”
If you’d like to read the full article click here

Row. row, row your boat gently down The Wye


About Wheely Wonderful Cycling

I organise cycling & walking holidays from our farm on the Shropshire/ Herefordshire borders. I love anything to do with cycling - and this area is the perfect place to cycle - quiet lanes, fantastic scenery, lots of history & great food. My blog aims to keep you up to date with the best places to cycle & walk in the area, and all the wonderful things to see & do whilst you are exploring by bike or foot.
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