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S159 Field study opal biodiversity survey privet/mixed hedge

Observed: 18th December 2011 By: Hornell99
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - current student
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S159 Opal Biodiversity Survey privet hedge
Description:

This is (I think!) a privet hedge very close to previous hawthorne hedge..berries still in tact. Although I understand, that privet berries are not poisonous to birds - it is interesting that this hedge had lots of berries whereas the hawthorne had very few remaining

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Refugee's picture

Pretty sure of this

Even my well mature one has showed in the other observations growing up a limestone cliff.

Refugee

Fenwickfield's picture

Ivy

The berries on ivy mature in December as they are very late flowering and can even still be seen in flower in December,berries are eaten by birds but usually after all the hawthorn and other red berried plants are finished.This is not an indicator of climate change.

Fenwickfield