Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Doesn't have to be rare to be welcome!

It's this time of year that Linda's £30pw feeding regime pays off: the garden is full of birds at the moment and we're holding our breath for our 'special visitors' at the end of the month. Today there have been Blackcaps, Willow Warblers, Chiffchaffs singing in the hedge and Pheasants, Stock & Collared Doves, Wood Pigeons, Song Thrushes, Green Finches etc etc at the feeding stations.

Meanwhile, I've finished my book and it's with the proof-reader on its way to the publisher! Yay!
As I was putting the finishing touches to the index early this morning, I looked up from the PC to see two Red-legged Partridges on the roof! What delightful birds for a small garden!

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