One of our plot holders rescued this guy from a cat in his garden,it has now been given a new home on the biodiversity plot and was last seen disappearing into the compost heap.
At last after 3 weeks waiting Sara Jane’s Robins arrive,mum and Dad both on feeding duties.
We definitely have a pair of Green Woodpeckers on site and I have seen them on every plot, their favourite foods are Ants and grubs so lets not use pesticides on plots folks.
Flowers around the biodiversity plot.
The hard work through the Winter has paid off,well done to all the volunteers who helped clear years of growth to reveal this Spring display.
Sara Jane on plot 67 discovered she had uninvited but welcome guests in her shed,very scruffy nest for a Robin they usually use a container or hole.
At last after a lot of effort on providing the perfect environment, Kelly on plot 8 has managed to persuade a Hedgehog to move in to her purpose built home.
When Lynn plot 65 opened her shed this week she found she had squatters,a Wren family had built a nest in her new hosepipe. Lynn has decided to leave them in peace and is using her old hose and borrowing a mower.
A pair of Mallard Ducks have been visiting the pond this week and have left a little present, can you spot it…?
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