On Sunday 8th June, after spending more than two hours with an oak tree (Quercus petraea) and a young hazel (Corylus avellana) beside the road at the eastern end of Glen Affric, just above Badger Falls (see Part 1 of this blog), I drove a little further into the glen. As I often do, I stopped near Dog Falls, as I wanted to look at some aspen trees (Populus tremula) that are growing beside the road there, just at the falls themselves. Continue reading…
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