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Normal service is resumed

Normal service is resumed

Last week was very cold in Kent with snow on the ground from the Sunday afternoon through until the following Sunday.

Do I need a bigger bird table?

Do I need a bigger bird table?

The past week has brought a massive change in the weather here in Kent and for the last five days we’ve had snow on the ground, frosty nights and very cold days.

Are sunflower seeds good for birds?

Are sunflower seeds good for birds?

Are sunflowers good for birds? The answer is emphatically yes.

I counted them all landing

I counted them all landing

The past week has brought another mixture of mild weather, some colder days and plenty more rain.

That’s not quite right

That’s not quite right

In my blog last week I mentioned that I had a new bird in the garden and I assumed it was a fieldfare. Upon further investigation I have decided that’s not quite right, in fact not right at all, as I now believe it is a redwing as I used a pair of binoculars when I saw it return.

A new visitor

A new visitor

The past week has seen the usual mix of birds coming to the garden and I think that either supplies of food in the countryside are starting to dwindle or the birds are thinking ahead to spring and are starting to gather ready for the breeding season.

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