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cherry tree during June, hoping not to be seen. Only when I got too close to the tree did it give itself away, flying off at top speed. I'm surprised it could still fly, given that it was stuffed full of cherries.Next it was the potted strawberries
Blackbirds ate my cherries, the plum crop was non-existent, but now it's apple time! And what a wonderful year it's been. The relentless August rain ruined so much this year, including holiday plans for many I'm sure, but my apples seem to have
cherries from birds on an even larger tree proved.I could just be philosophical, and accept that my home-grown fruit went to a good cause, but there are limits to my generosity.
When a letter starts "I must strongly protest at an article written by Adam Pasco…" then I do wonder what I've done wrong.Let me set the scene. You can't find much more of a bird lover than me. Just take a look at my garden, and the way I garden