Much of the valley is beswamped in mud. It did top up the frog pond, which was looking a bit parched after last summer, but makes walking less enjoyable. Thus we have been tackling some of the worst bits.

Here we are having a go at resolving the Passchendaele-like situation between the dam and the frog pond. Steve offers words of encouragement.
An even more amazing image of the resident male Kestrel by Ros
Barn Owls are enjoying the mild winter: the wide roughs of the golf courses are full of rodents

It’s an early spring so far: Wild Garlic is up and there are various other plants in unseasonal leaf or flower.

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