Paul Evans

@Guardian country diarist, @BBCRadio4 @MMUEnglishDept Writer, How To See Nature, Field Notes From The Edge, Herbaceous. FEA @EnglishAssoc

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Country diary: there's nothing sentimental about the robin's song
March, 7 2019
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Country diary: tits with tales to tell
February, 13 2019
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Country diary: January is a cautious month, the year's story yet to yield
January, 23 2019
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Country diary: the cloven ash – a two-headed enigma
December, 12 2018
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Country diary: a clan of jackdaws takes to the air
December, 5 2018
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Country diary: the devil's cherries are tantalisingly bright
November, 23 2018
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Country diary: life below zero for nettles in the serious moonlight
November, 7 2018
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Country diary: the magical mushroom biology of the fairy ring
October, 24 2018
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Country diary: apples and mistletoe, yin and yang
October, 10 2018
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Country diary: wasps lead the dance at the year's last flower festival
October, 3 2018
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Country diary: a butterfly living in the now of a golden moment
September, 26 2018
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Country diary: the hedgerows are transformed, as if by magic
September, 12 2018
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Country diary: scrubby hazel suddenly fills with sparrows
September, 5 2018
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Country diary: a caterpillar transforms into a four-eyed, horned snake
August, 22 2018
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Country diary: this toad is a familiar and fearless presence
August, 8 2018
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Country diary: bandit birds keep these glorious gardens wild
July, 25 2018
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Country diary: last outpost of the silver-studded blue butterfly
July, 4 2018
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Country diary: gatecrashing an extraordinary party of orchids
June, 13 2018
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Country diary: butterflies instinctively make chemistry sexy
June, 6 2018
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Country diary: a toad dressed for a party
April, 25 2018
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Country diary: avian pipers at the gates of dawn
April, 4 2018
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Country diary: a landscape reshaped by molehills
March, 28 2018
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Country diary: wild garlic makes the greenwood greener
March, 14 2018
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Country diary: the dance of the snow devils
March, 7 2018
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Country diary: cock of the bird table
February, 28 2018
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Country diary: new snow lay on wings of fungi
February, 14 2018
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Country diary: a preserved horse chestnut seems a ruin among ruins
February, 7 2018
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Country diary: birds heard but not seen in this glowing glade
January, 24 2018
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Country diary: the woods are in disarray after the storm
January, 10 2018
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Country diary: this old railway sleeper has become a dreaming post
January, 3 2018
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County diary: lines made by walking
December, 27 2017
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Country diary: snow changes everything the other side of the doorstep
December, 13 2017
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Country diary: Sleeping Beauty knew a thing or two about spindle's tempting lipstick berries
December, 6 2017
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Country diary: a curious tower sends me over the edge
November, 22 2017
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Country diary: white looks too clean in the ochre smoulder of autumn
November, 8 2017
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Country diary: bright berries and noisy visitors in the churchyard
November, 1 2017
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Country diary: fog and fireweed, the seeds of a ghost story
October, 25 2017
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Country diary: bats hunt by the light of the silvery harvest moon
October, 11 2017
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Country diary: huge jellyfish shipwrecked on the sands
October, 4 2017
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Country diary: the park is busy with people but the heron seems to be in a different reality
September, 28 2017
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Harvest songs replaced by midnight combines
September, 13 2017
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Rude, erect and smothered in flies, this fungus has no shame
September, 6 2017
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Across the glittering sands of time
August, 23 2017
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Purple streaks of thistles garnish the sodden fields
August, 9 2017
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Dancing demoiselles rise from their watery world
August, 2 2017
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Damned as dangerous but ragwort is full of life
July, 26 2017
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Butterfly signals a pause, for reflection
July, 12 2017
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Exotic paradox in the herbaceous borders
July, 5 2017
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A storytelling of crows
June, 28 2017
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Mining bees create a theatre of enchantments
June, 14 2017
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Wenlock Edge, Country Diary, Great Tits, Long Mynd, Horse Chestnut, Cow Parsley, Great Tit, Blue Tits, John Clare, Long Tailed Tits
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