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12:02pm, 18 Jun 2019
KinkyS'The cuckoo comes in April
She sings her song in May
In the month of June she changes tune
July she flies away'
12:21pm, 18 Jun 2019
RosehipOh my goodness - my Aunty Mary used to recite that - I haven't heard it for years!
2:16pm, 18 Jun 2019
bonnersGarden jealously here staying with parents in Devon. Regular GSW on the feeders, coal tits, Blue tits, Robins, blackbirds, blackcap in the field, loads of housemartins and swallows criscrossing the fields, and to cap it all, been sent to sleep by the sounds of the tawny owl (although not seen it). Lots of other sounds and sights that I'm struggling to identify. Also, the amount of insects is crazy, never seen so many bees, including loads of huge bumble bees.
Back to the reality of suburban ecological wasteland tomorrow.
2:46pm, 18 Jun 2019
Northern Exileyay for loads of bees!
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