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The countryside is not usually at its best in midwinter, but the north coast of Norfolk is a wonderful exception!

Birds from all over the northern hemisphere flock to this beautiful and rich feeding ground, and on a clear sunny day like last Saturday show off magnificen...

As I write this, we are already in the 3rd week of February, and I think I can safely say we will not have an early Spring this year. I am on the north Norfolk coast. There is a thick frost on the grass and the wind coming off The North Sea has a bite like deep-frozen...

It is the goal of a garden maintenance team to leave a garden looking “neat and tidy”. Of course it is! But what about the garden wildlife, the insects and their larvae, the field mile and frogs, the birds and bees. Where will they find a cosy refuge in this clean-swep...

A debate has been raging in the Hampstead Conservation Area about whether small garden birds are suffering from the increase in populations of predatory birds such as sparrow hawks, jays and magpies.

 

The Frog has some thoughts on this.

 

Smaller birds

 

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