Nature news and features
Activity continues to be brisk at my bird feeders, which is probably the biggest understatement of the year.
It has been an interesting week as always watching the birds in the garden and as I mentioned the other week.
My neighbour’s house has for many years been the home for a small group of house sparrows, noisy, bolshy and entertaining.
It is always very important to remember how diverse and important our forests and woods are.
Living in a seaside town during the winter months can be a bit bleak but beauty can be found everywhere if you search hard enough for it.
I have a surprise visitor to report this past week with the sighting of a lesser spotted woodpecker on my peanut feeder.
Over the past four blogs, I have been giving an account of the birds in my garden and have talked about the feral pigeons, the sparrows and wood pigeons in particular.
As we are in a serious pandemic around the world at the moment due to Covid – 19 we have noticed that our towns, cities and villages have become quieter.
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At this time of year, it’s great to help birds by filling the bird feeder twice daily: in the morning and early afternoon is perfect.
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