Frogs and toads have done their thing; lets hope they get some rain otherwise it will be a poor year for their survival.
Been enjoying the unprecedented sunny and mostly warm weather over the past week. It's about to end but we all knew it would. My woodland hide has been terrific - 15 species in one March afternoon is a record probably mainly due to the lack of rain. It brought in Woodpigeon, thrushes, a Treecreeper and Yellowhammers.
The most fun was catching up with this Corn Bunting; not a showy bird but one we would be impoverished to lose. the decline of traditional farming means it is only really found on the coast in our area.