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Nuthatch @ Shere Woodland by Adam Swaine
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A tit-sized bird, the nuthatch has a short tail, large head and a woodpecker-like bill. Nuthatches climb up and down tree trunks in mature woods and parklands, feeding on insects, seeds and nuts, such as hazelnuts and beechmast. They nest in holes in trees or abandoned nests, but are happy to use nestboxes, too

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Surrey Hills Woodland by Adam Swaine
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The Surrey Hills is one of the most wooded AONBs, with almost 40% woodland cover, and woodland is perhaps now the defining feature of the Surrey Hills landscape. The woodland is diverse, including shaws, old coppice, wooded ghylls, parkland trees, small carrs and conifer plantations. Ancient semi-natural woodland has particular significance in terms of historic and nature conservation importance with 4564 hectares of Ancient Woodland, covering nearly 12% of the AONB. This is a fragment of what was once in the area but is still a significant amount of species-rich woodland

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Beautiful Shere Surrey by Adam Swaine
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A stunning view of the village lying in the Surrey Hills a little jewel and view in the autumn sun..love it a super day out..

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Shere Village..Surrey Hills by Adam Swaine
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Shere is a beautiful, quintessential English village located between the towns of Guildford and Dorking. The village offers visitors charming buildings, a stream with ducks, a small museum, a tearoom, two pubs, The White Horse and The William Bray as well as St James Church a 12th century church Shere is a beautiful, quintessential English village. Nestled in the Tillingbourne valley

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East View Cottage by Adam Swaine
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Peaslake, Hoe, and Colman’s Hill are in the centre of the Surrey Hills AONB and mid-west of the Greensand Ridge about 5 miles (8.0 km) ESE of the county town of Guildford. Surrounded by denser pine and other coniferous forest-clad hills, the three conjoined settlements have a small core in Peaslake itself with the amenities of a village, but are otherwise lightly scattered settlements at a higher elevation than the centre of Shere, the civil parish

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“Out of the Mist”..Surrey by Adam Swaine
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Driving through the Surrey Hills in the fog next thing as you drop down beautiful autumn sun all day..lovely

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Nuthatch Surrey Hills by Adam Swaine
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Lovely bird in the tree in the Surrey Hills near Shere village walk on a beautuful autumn day..

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“Bob the Rob” @ SE22 by Adam Swaine
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WInter is on its way but this Liitle fella is the jewel of this season and over the the next 4 months..

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Love Robins SE22 by Adam Swaine
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Unlike some British bird species which migrate annually, it is possible to see robins all year round. In the UK robins can be seen in parks, woodland, hedgerows – and if you’re lucky your garden or allotment.

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