Bird Food Blog
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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 due to humans staying at home more, while this is happening wildlife is taking advantage of this and is boldly venturing out back into open spaces.
During these uncertain times, more and more of us are turning to nature and the great outdoors as part of our daily exercise whilst following the government guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here at the Bird Food Centre in Grimsby we are still open, still fulfilling customer orders but also respecting the government guidelines with regards to social distancing.
When the country awakens on the morning of Friday 8th May it will mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe. The guns finally fell silent after many years of carnage and war. It was a time for the whole nation to celebrate and look forward to the future.
We two armchair naturalists are fortunate insofar as birdlife is concerned. From the windows of our tiny cottage we can see much activity.
On this glorious spring day, I am sitting by my pond. Now and again the breeze floats the exquisite scent of the bluebells over to me and I've just noticed that a fern has generously seeded itself in a perfect nook between rocks at the back of the pond. Nothing quite like a free plant unless it's horse tail of course!