Animal behaviour

Common Lizard- North York Moors

Found some common lizards basking in what little warmth there was available on the moors. We also found a slow worm, a beautiful bronze coloured specimen. The bell heather is just coming into bloom, the prelude to a glorious time on the North York Moors when the heather covers the tops in mauve. My son and I scrumped hundreds of bilberries, absolutely delicious especially when three or four are taken at once!

Common Lizard basking- 30th July, North York Moors

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