May 5, 2014 Flora and Fauna Camy Wrens Nest low in Dead Bracken Stumbled upon this wrens nest low in dead bracken at High Camer today. Only found it because the bird flew off. Eggs inside. Careful where you step!! Related Articles Look out for Redwings Posted On October 31, 2014 Look out for redwings which seemed to have arrived in numbers now from Scandanavia. King Alfred’s Cakes Posted On March 17, 2014 Lots of the aptly named King Alfred's Cakes on dead Ash wood (not ash disease) at Kirkmabreck. The latin name for this fungi is Daldinia… Crossbills in Knockman Woods Posted On February 1, 2015 Can also be heard singing at this time of the year as they breed very early in the year so that they can take advantage of crops of cones on conifer trees before the cones open with the warmth of the spring sunshine and shed their seeds.