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Robert V View Drop Down
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    Posted: 29 Mar 2015 at 5:10pm
Hey,

two weeks ago (17th March) I took this... A bit early for goslings, but today I saw a parent Robin feeding a chick! And there's me thinking we've had crap weather up to now!




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Funny Rob, I've just been in the garden and two blackbirds are cramming their beaks with grubs, caterpillars and worms to feed young. I too thought it was rather early.
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Hi Suz,

it's strange for sure. Are you sheltered where you are, like in Lorna doone valley? They do say that some small areas have their own weather patterns??

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