Here are some of the things you can expect to see in July in Northumberland National Park ...
Bog plants such as bog rosemary, yellow asphodel and sundew flower in July and can be seen on the border mires and on blanket bog.
Roadside verges everywhere are in bloom at this time. Look out for meadow cranesbill, scabious and betony. Hay meadows are still flowering in Upper Coquetdale.
Common blue damesfly can be seen over slow moving water at Walltown ponds, Branton pond and Greenlee Lough.
After the breeding season, the birds that live on the moors will leave in July and August. The Curlew will go down to the esturies. Some of them will go further afield down to Africa or to Southern Europe.
The large heath butterfly are on bog plants such as bog asphodel, look out for them on the Border Mires and in the Cheviots.