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Pointing up the replaced setts
in the Middle Reach of the Burn






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Replacing damage Stepping stones
at the East end of the Dene Top








Cutting back the overgrowth along the Southern Footpath

July  Photos








At work clearing the overgrowth from the steps at the East end of the dene


Work completed on the steps at the West end of the dene







Wild Flowers that have really grown well this year and can be seen in both the upper and lower Dene.

                              Tufted Vetch - above                                                                                      Meadow Vetchling - above
Mainly in the Lower Dene
                            Corn Marigold - above                                                                                 Common Hemp Nettle - above
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Pond Dipping in the

Middle Section of the

Brierdene Burn


All species collected

were returned to the burn alive







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Some of the species found during the pond (burn) dipping


Above left Minnow and a Diving Beetle   Top right  Freshwater Shrimp  Bottom Right Ramshorn Snail

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                             Musk Mellow - below                                                                                      Meadowsweet - below
Wild Flowers in part of the the Upper Dene Meadow at the end of the Month.