Wildlife Greetings



Wildlife Greeting’s Directory

Music Score – DaybreakMorning Light Music

Poem by Eugenia of Eugi’s Causerie

Designs – Earthly Comforts – The Autistic Composter – See Collection Here

Money PlantSandwich Quay WalkRopewalk

Todays Inspiration

Believe you can and you’re halfway there.

Theodore Roosevelt

Designs – Earthly Comforts – The Autistic Composter – See Collection Here


Earthen Wurmin Autie

The Country Life Style Diary


Published by The Autistic Composter

Howdy Folks, Earthly Comforts is a broad niche wildlife journaling scrapbook focusing on the countryside, wildlife biodiversity and environmental conservation, flora and fauna volunteering projects, gardening, composting and vermiculture, also known as ‘worm farming and photography too.

22 thoughts on “Wildlife Greetings

  1. Lovely poem by Eugi. The plant we call ‘ Monty plant’ here is a totally different plant. It can grow both in water and soil. It has no flowers just lush green leaves.

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      1. Hey Ian, interesting point of observation.

        I checked it through a plant identifier, but l agree with you, it does look a lot like Sambucus nigra aka black elder.

        I know that in the early 1800 Horticulturists introduced a lot of non-native species to the town and surrounding areas.

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      2. The flower heads are quite similar to the common elder, but with a touch of rosy blush. I’m not sure they’re any good for making elderflower wine though.

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  2. Sorry … just to clarify – that is NOT frisbee golf basket right?

    I’m sure it’s not and probably some royal thing? But I have to ask – cause you never know 🤷‍♀️

    What is basket on the pole? With English sign that says something port of sandwich ?

    What is that basket for?

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      1. Hahaha that’s so funny!

        These are little things that people from other countries do not know …

        I would have come visit and think that was some fun thing out for people – unless there is a plaque explaining the significance

        Otherwise looks like frisbee golf ⛳️ 😮 that’s why I had to ask lol

        I have actually frisbee golfed … was fun time 😊 … it’s different, and is a bit weird… but is a actual thing lol

        Now you can walk by that and remember frisbee golf too lol ✌️😘

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      1. I can imagine!!

        Boston’s history is quite amazing – that whole New England area has some incredible history ❤️ all my United States 🇺🇸 does – even here with the gold rush!

        But your goes back REALLY far … to walk where they walked and see things they may have seen, and to learn such rich history is quite amazing ❤️✌️

        Is different out of a textbook 📕

        In person it is quite mind blowing 😮

        And then also just to lay eyes on things – yeah it would all be stunning I’m sure!!

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