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I can’t quite believe we are halfway through the year. I have loved seeing nature becoming such an essential friend to those around me during lockdown and hope that those habits of stepping outside and exploring nature around us continue as we ease out of lockdown and head back to work. 

I have spent the last 100 days in Epping Forest with my daughter where we love to sit on a fallen old oak tree and watch the White Admirals, sometimes in pairs – dancing through a sun-dappled glade. A highlight of most days is to catch a glimpse of lone Muntjac or Fallow Deer appearing amongst the bracken and brambles before scampering away, full of nerves for fear of a dog walker. 
Back home, I am woken by the screaming sounds of our resident fox family on their nightly outing. The fox is very much town v country – the brazen friend on our streets and gardens or shy foe in our woods, fields, and hen houses. 

Towards the end of the month, the first signs of autumn migration begin to appear. For some, the best of nature is behind us, but I love the thought that we have Autumn to come. 

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