Halewood Park 16th October 2011

On a cool sunny morning we took the 78 bus from Liverpool ONE to the junction of Rose Brow and Gateacre Brow and walked down to the Loop Line and south to Halewood Triangle Country Park.


There were Magpies, Greenfinches, Great Tits, Long-tailed Tits and Blackbirds in the trees and we also saw a Grey Squirrel. We had lunch at Ducky Pond, which was pretty, but surprisingly had no Mallards at all.  Some of the Yellow Iris was blooming unseasonably.



Halewood Triangle Country Park is full of strange wayside sculpture of various kinds, and here is one of the least objectionable of them – a toad on a toadstool.


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