• THE BARD’S BIRDS

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  • Feel the rain and do it anyway

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  • Foraging… A whiff of wild garlic

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  • Bird’s nest hair, who me?

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  • Sunshine colours of Spring

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  • A blackthorn winter

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  • Why UK Bluebell woods are the best

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THE BARD’S BIRDS

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Today being National Shakespeare Day I thought I’d share some of the Bard’s words on birds. His writing describes their appearance, their habits and often uses them as metaphors for his characters’ behaviour. His birds… View Full Post

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A blackthorn winter

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With the clocks going forward, it’s officially Springtime. The signs have been out there for a while, from Snowdrops and Primroses to the fresh green leaves of the Hawthorn unfurling. But the Blackthorn is the real… View Full Post

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