Sunday, 16 April 2017

Spring at the Old Vic

Spent the last few days at the Old Vicarage welcoming visitors to see Jacob and popping down the pub - he is a local little star. Managed to get out in the garden and do a bit more on the bioblitz and had a good look round this part of Wormingall yesterday considering quite a few migrants about across the country- just a few Chiffchaffs, Swallows and Blackcaps- although the habitat with the old church and paddocks and woodland copses does look good for migrants- maybe too much choice for migrants round here? 

Apple tree in blossom
Orange-tip on Bluebells 
Fledgling Blackbird- the first for the year 
The obligatory Red Kite photo- constantly overhead in the village , following tractors in the fields and sky dancing in the sky- epic Kite country. 
Garden Solomon's- seal (Polygonatum multiflorum x odoratum = P. x hybridum) 
Burkwood Viburnum (Viburnumxburkwoodii) 
Rabbits in the garden 

Holly and Me
Star of the show 

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