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24 Feb

Despite the low air temperature,if you can get out of the wind, there's warmth to be felt in the sunshine.
It's over two months since the shortest day.

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23 Feb

Wrens are thriving at the moment and are one of the commonest birds seen around the village.

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20 Feb

It's still very muddy underfoot, but a week of easterlies will allow the common to drain a little.

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Celandine, one of the first spring flowers are brightening the hedges around the village, and you can also
see stems and leaves of cleavers which will form in large clumps.

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Occasional snowdrops have been out for a month now, but this is the time to see large clumps
with fully open flower heads.

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16 Feb

Fox, enjoying the sunshine

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There may be no leaves on the trees, but that doesn't mean there's no colour

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Long tailed tits are always on the move, so they are tricky to photograph

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12 Feb

A female bullfinch, whose more colourful partner was nearby. Bullfinches probably maintain
their pairing throughout the year.

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Deer are a menace to fences as they force their way under or through.

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3 Feb

Deliciously rubbery birch polypore given a shine in the dull, grey drizzle

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There is some colour coming to the hedgerows as the hazel catkins open out giving some contrast
to the reds, browns and greens

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1 Feb

Evening sunshine after a bright but chilly start to the month

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28 Jan

The hedges and trees are reminding us that it is still mid-winter

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26 Jan

There's a hint of spring in the air; these two robins seemed happy to share territory
so I guess they are pairing up.
 

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