Saturday, 16th August 2003
Richard Bell's Wild West Yorkshire nature diary
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pigeons feed on the spilt grain in the stubble amongst the great
rolls of straw.
A scrubby patch between the canal and the railway is a mass of thistledown
with swatches of magenta rosebay willowherb.
We see half a dozen speckled woods (right)
on a stretch of south-facing canal towpath backed by a walled
embankment and overhanging hawthorns.
At the embankment by the canal basin a wall
brown (left) suns itself, appropriately, on the
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