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Black Bryony berries have ripened in the hedge. This climber is the only British member of the Yam family. It twines anti-clockwise.
This has been the warmest September for fifty years and the tenth warmest since records began in 1659. At midday a single frog is croaking on the pond.
As rain stirs the surface of the canal Kingfisher flies and rests in an Alder bush for a few minutes, then flies off heading towards the two anglers who are sheltering under umbrellas.