The Cold of Winter

So far since my previous post in October as the temperature dropped we have had a number of frosts, accompanied by ice, snow, and the occasional mist. ¬†Wildlife in the garden looks to be coping, with sightings of blackbirds, coal tits, great tits, and blue tits, various small brownies, along with a pair of bullfinches and a woodpecker (greater or lesser spotted). ¬†The trail camera has caught plenty of footage of field and wood mice running over and around the hedgehog house, possibly venturing inside too – it would be interesting to poke an endoscope down there to see what’s been going on inside.

The camera will be repositioned to see what’s visiting during the cold days and nights of January and February, then I think we’ll all be looking forward to warmer temperatures in March.

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