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It’s February!!

With the sound of lawnmowers audible around the village, and birds gathering nesting material, is Spring coming early this year?

This Ladybird and Peacock butterfly seem to think so!

Let’s hope the Starlings are not peckish!

Thank you David G for sending in these images from his garden today.

 

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Is this the last week?

As the stunning starling murmuration continues over the village, have any of the starlings missed having their photo taken? If so, please send in your photos and we will publish the best!

Photos By Steve J

 

 

Photos By Viv H

 

 

Photos By Richard T

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Love is in Air!

Tonights Murmuration Photos have been sent in by:

‘Chimney Fire’ by David G

‘Love Hearts’ by Saskia T

 

‘Hosing the Car Down’ by Lynn C

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From the Top of the Village by Martin C

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Murmuration Continues

Wasn’t the starling murmuration spectacular over the village tonight? Thank you David G for the photos and thank you David S for an explanation as to why the starling formation was so good tonight.

Just one for the observers, ( if not noted) this evening they were under attack from three sparrow hawks creating even more dramatic shapes as they avoided contact, I did not see any taken, but the hawks have soon observed when a meal is available and what time.

DS

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The Show Continues

Thank you David G for sending in new photos of the Starling murmuration above the village. They are still growing in numbers, fascinating to watch them!

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Horse Chestnut Turns Black

Thank you David G for sending in these photos tonight. The Starling population is growing each evening, so wonderful to watch them.

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A Dramatic Spectacle

Thousands of starlings gathered around the giant horse chestnut in the churchyard this evening,  the beginning  of a dramatic murmuration difficult to capture because their speed of flight. They have been congregating for the last three or four days.

Richard Tresidder

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