|Headley Heath - a high plateau of gorse and heather with plenty of light woodland|
|Autumn colours to the fore|
|Once off of the high ground a series of wooded valleys lead to the eastern slopes of Box Hill|
|As you head west along the slopes of Box Hill, you come across deep drove-ways, in places flanked by Juniper bushes|
|Looking back west|
|You are never far from a beech tree, these youthful examples rubbing shoulders with those much older|
It was quiet birdwise, but we did see 2 Common Buzzards, a Peregrine, 30+ Fieldfare and 2 Ravens.
|The female section of 'Team Gale'|