The best thing that you can do for nature is too make it part of your life. That’s why we’re asking thousands of people to make room for nature in their everyday lives this June. Please spread the word amongst friends, colleagues and family and get them to sign up, too! After all, all our lives are better if they’re a bit wild… ‘
I’ve signed up to 30 Days Wild with the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, with the aim of blogging each day, a little bit of the nature of my world.
I’ve got some catching up to do. We’ve been away, to the Lake District, what we didn’t know when we booked, back in March, the reason the choice of accommodation was limited was the fact that ten thousand swimmers were also going to be in Ambleside this weekend, for The Great North Swim, so much for a quiet weekend away.
It seems fitting therefore to have a fishy wildlife observation.
Can you see it?
Once you had ‘got your eye in’ there many to be seen, trout I presume (I know its not a stickleback!) I’ve cropped and tweaked the colours here, to help,
there is something so sparklingly fresh and healthy about these fish.There were lots of too, in Stock Beck, by Bridge House