The grass has ris
I wonder where the birdies is?
They say the bird is on the wing But that's absurd ‐
The wing is on the bird!
They would fly rapidly towards the low flower heads dripping with their tasty morsels, then grab a palm nut and zoom back to the original perch, singing at the tops of their voices all the time. How they did that with their beaks full of palm nuts beats me!
This continued for about an hour until a hawk appeared nearby and they all left in one dense cloud, with just one or two gentle peep‐peep sounds as they continued on their migration north.
I hope you are lucky enough to have daffodils in your back garden today to welcome the First day of Spring. If you haven't, then here's a couple of photos to bring a touch of Spring to you!
Happy Spring knitting!
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Many thanks again to DH Tim for his great photos. If you'd like to see more of his work, then please visit his Flick page.
Spring, flowers, daffodils, bluebells, rhododendrons, azaleas,