Sure Graham with his wide interesting in Natural History, he gets inspiration from what
he sees along with the effort he puts in to writing about his observations. Yes, he finds
the time, and many who also could likewise contribute to this forum. Mmmm, it means a
little more effort than just reading other's deliberations. At the last annual general meeting
there was a sizeable attendance. Say just a quarter of those at Balildon made the effort
to add their comments or simply reported what they have noticed in their garden, especially
now when we have some springlike weather; this would make my periodic visits to the web-
site mainly to read Graham, an added attraction.
Even here in Clacton, where the seasons usually start a bit late because of our closeness to
coolling influence of the North Sea, there is much activity around this place. Our neighbour's
elderly tortoise awoke from his winter slumbers and you can hear all the mowers going, thus
varied signs of Spring on the way.
So hope this note proves to have found some more good folk to give us a bit of feed back,
or - idea - simply tell us of your garden bird's nesting activity.....it's time - it's April on
Michael in Holland-on-Sea