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This is my neighbours beech tree. The spanner that lived here before us planted six of these to make a hedge, right underneath the overhead power lines that supply our little row of houses. Just thought I'd post one of my walnut tree while I was on, probably caught it a week too late.
I took these last week when the birds had just turned 17 weeks, since then the Faverolle lad has grown in spades, he is much broader in only one week on!. It was a disappointing hatch to be honest, very low hatch rate and we ended up with two Andalusians hatching under a broody Sussex (one boy, one ...
Very good!. Dad's army could probably be applied endlessly to the subject. Edit, just as I was typing this, I heard Nicola Sturgeon use the word "scunnered" in her press conference. The Banter Boys from chewin' the fat must be in raptures.
These aren't half as bad as the fellow doing them is making out. A good news story anyway.
The people who don't take it seriously seem not to care about the knock-on effects for others. For example, the cancellation of crucial hospital treatments meaning that others are left in crippling pain or with untreated heart conditions, kidney stones, unmonitored diabetes etc. I'd impose the maxi...
My husband planted a buckthorn here years ago. Blasted thing is popping up everywhere. Think he called it "Sea Buckthorn". Mind you, the birds love it for nesting in. We have a constant battle against the stuff. The pheasants love the berries and end up pooping it everywhere so it springs up all ov...