Sunday, 24 April 2011

Seeing the Changes 378

Surprised to note the invasion of Loughor by five, wet Gower ponies (Equus caballus). Amongst the things they might be tempted to sample were Ramsons (Allium ursinum), Dittander (Lepidium latifolium) and Downy rose (Rosa tomentosa).

2 comments:

Caroline Gill said...

Wonder if this pony invasion was (in part) due to the very high tides?

Paul Brain said...

It could easily be the case as very high tides are separated by very low waters. Certainly, some of the ponies looked as if they had been recently wading.

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