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Modified behaviour

Modified behaviour

The past week has brought very hot weather to much of the country and Kent has been no exception.

Better weather for the birds and bees

Better weather for the birds and bees

The past week has brought some better weather to Kent with less incessant rain, although there have been some showery days and as the week has gone we have slightly warmer temperatures.

Meet the family

Meet the family

During the week I have seen evidence of a lot of young birds coming with or without their parents. The starling group on some of the cloudy and cooler days has been quite big.

Busy bees

Busy bees

The various types of bee in the garden, which I’ve mentioned before I’m not very good at identifying, have been very busy during the past week feeding on the various flowers in the garden.

Plenty to look at

Plenty to look at

I’m very pleased to say that the woodpeckers are now daily visitors to the garden and I will either see one or two at a time.

Then there were three

Then there were three

In recent blogs I have been talking about a greater spotted woodpecker coming into the garden and onto the feeders, although I was never sure whether it was the same one.

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