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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

Underneath the still bare branches though, you may find forests of stars, as wood anemones take advantage of the clear line of sight to the sky.

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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

Always proud of the water regardless of the tide height, the rock is a standing post for gulls, oystercatchers, herons, and of course, the cormorants.

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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

The skies are edging towards lightening earlier and darkening later. Between times they are scored through with the flight of ravens, buoyant on the frigid north wind.

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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

The skies are edging towards lightening earlier and darkening later. Between times they are scored through with the flight of ravens, buoyant on the frigid north wind.

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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

Every year the rain continues to fall from the sky, saturating even the highest ground so that it rarely dries out completely.

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The Carbon Trust estimates that a real tree, properly composted, releases 3.5kg of carbon, whereas a fake tree has a carbon footprint around 40kg CO2e, meaning it would take around 11 and a half years of using the same tree for the two to level out.

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Wild Words: Kirsteen Bell

The sight of the animal that night did not fill me with horror, instead it caught my breath in a thrill. The pine marten has a beating heart, and a stomach, and a survival instinct.