Trying very hard not to think about it Topbird - there's absolutely b all I can do about it and if I think about it it's terrifying
I agree Tetley - not one of the rampant ones, but there are several less vigorous types that, with a modicum of attention won't take over
I think the retraining will involve some stern words and grounding for a while. He was flying very close to Norwich International Airport and I understand that failing to observe rules of any sort are very frowned on
Very smart - but I imagine that climbers of any size in those will require a lot of attention to keep them happy.
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The first chilly night and the garden is full of birds - lots of goldfinches queuing up on the sunflower heart feeders, robins and sparrows on the mixed seed feeders, the spilled bits being hoovered up by dunnocks
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T'was ever thus But I agree - like so many things it's short-termist and stores up problems for the future.
Lots of small birds gather moss for their nests. I love watching the bluetits gathering moss from our back garden.
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I think OH put the bins out with his eyes shut. There is frost on the garage roof. None on the grass or plants that I can see. Lowest temp in the back garden 2.3C
How odd about the same school cancelling repeatedly Clari. And how aggravating
OH has just put the bins out - no sign of any frost.
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