By: Alex Randall
Yesterday I took a walk down the 200 meter track we call the Woodland Walk. It’s a route I walk twice a day on my way to and from work. But this afternoon I walked it with our Biology placement student Lewis, who explained why this week in particular is a fascinating time to be out in the woods. He showed how a week of warm April weather has caused the entire woodland to spring into life.
To experience our walk in the woods simply click flickr button below.
When you’re watching the slide show click the ‘More info’ button in the top right to see Lewis’ explaination of what’s going on in each picture. If you’re having problems with the slideshow click here for some help. Feel free to add your comments to each photo on Flickr.
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