Monthly Archives: March 2017

Swallows or Wrens?

There is a lot of bird activity around my garden at the moment with tits and finches┬ácolouring up, plus there is plenty of territorial squabbling going on. Early mornings are now a symphony of thrushes singing, wood pigeons cooing, goldfinches … Continue reading

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February in a Wildlife Garden

February was a month of contrasting weather. At times it was remarkably mild with wintery sunshine here in South Shropshire, but at the end of the month storm Doris hit us with a vengeance. Thankfully there was little real damage … Continue reading

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