Nymans Woods

I visited Nymans woods near Handcross, West Sussex today and it was foggy and autumnal!

As we walked into the entrance into the woods there was a huge group of Blue Tits, Great Tits and although I didn't see any I think there were some finches as I could hear them. It was very muddy and there was quite a lot of fungi around.

Autumn is really visible now with a variety of colours on the leaves ranging from deep red to bright yellow. They looked very cool reflected onto the lake:

There was not much bird life although I saw a few Robins, Goldcrest, Mallards and a Grey Heron.


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