Thursday, 19 April 2007

Thursday 19th March

A cold mist enveloped the whole of Barming this morning, a reminder that we're still in April not June. Consequently not much to be seen or heard although a couple of Linnets brightened the roof of one my neighbour's houses.

The bluebells are starting to form a blue carpet on edge of Oaken Wood and the stitchwort is flowering profusely along Gallagher's Gallop.

Glimpsed my first Swallow on East Malling Research land at 10am - when the sun had finally broken through.

A quick sortie to New Hythe at lunchtime resulted in a 1x Nightingale and a grass snake swimming in the Millstream by the water works path.

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