Opposite-leaved golden Saxifrage
Butterburs are just emerging
This time at Ulgham along the banks of the Lyne. No surprises and some plants not quite out in flower but we are heading in the right direction. Plenty of birds singing and Chiffchaffs seem to be everywhere. No Kingfishers but there was a nice pair of Grey Wagtail just under the road bridge. The bottom pic is a poor shot of a spider, there were hundreds of them running around the sandy soil on the riverbank where the Butterbur grow. Stewart and Dean might know what it is.