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Since my last blog shortly before Christmas, the weather of course turned much colder and so bird activity at the feeders increased dramatically.
Mosses are to be found almost everywhere in Britain- in towns and cities (see previous blog) as well as in villages; on trees, on the ground, on walls, on roofs; on stones and rocks; in woodland, in marshland and on hillsides.
The past week in Kent has not been as cold and bird activity does vary from week to week according to the conditions, but that’s not to say that I haven’t had a good number of birds coming into the garden.
With the darker mornings and some foggy mornings this past week, the birds have been arriving slightly later at the feeders and bird table. Some of the days have been very chilly and the birds have been eating more than they have done over the past months.
The days are definitely colder and there have been a couple of frosts in the past week and the last couple of days have been much colder, so activity at the bird feeders continues to be brisk.