Tuesday, 7th October 2003
Richard Bell's Wild West Yorkshire nature diary
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spin in eddies, chasing each other around in swirling spirals like
school children let out for a break. The action, in fits and starts,
is concentrated in the middle of the road bridge over the Calder,
in the lee of the parapet along the western side.
wind-sorting has left a long bar of sand, grit, dust and debris
along almost the length of the bridge in a strip six inches to one
foot wide, running parallel and about six inches from the base of
are lots of winged seeds of the ash sprinkled about. Each has a
twist on it, like a propeller blade.
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