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Steve DanielsMember Since 02 Jan 2014
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Steve Daniels is a naturalist living in Southern lassithi, Crete and writes the weekly Crete Nature blog: http://cretenature.blogspot.gr/
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Posted by Steve Daniels on 27 October 2016 - 07:44 AM
That nice little mountain road that we found last week soon petered out into a dirt track but what the heck, we’ll see more by cutting across country anyway. Now that autumn is getting underway and there’s a bit more moisture about a few more flowers are starting to appear. They’re usually small up here remember so keep your eyes peeled and look in the nooks and crannies of the rocks.
Read on at http://cretenature.b...in-uplands.html
Posted by Steve Daniels on 19 October 2016 - 10:29 AM
The thing about walking on these mountain roads is finding a place to get off them and strike out across country. As they are cut into the hillside you usually find yourself hemmed in by a high and unclimbable bank. The trick here is to look for the place where water crosses the road which can often be spotted by lines of Oleander straggling up and down. Where water comes down we can often go up such as at this spot here. Let’s give it a try.
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Posted by Steve Daniels on 14 October 2016 - 08:09 AM
As you can see there are plenty of deciduous trees here and if you can tear yourself away from picking up the walnuts on the floor for a moment there’s a little example of life here that’s worthy of our attention.
Read on... http://cretenature.b...nto-woods.html