As the UK ends the second week of lockdown in an attempt to limit the spread of the coranavirus, Covid-19, I count myself fortunate to have a garden. Spring has sprung and the increased warmth from the sun has induced flowers to open and insects to wake. Beautiful butterflies such as this peacock can be found sunning themselves.
Fluffy bee-flies with their improbably long proboscises are buzzing around.
The fabulously named hairy footed flower bees are flower bothering.
Bees are getting busy.
The birds too are busy building their nests, take care when trimming hedges. This pair of jackdaws have no need to keep to the 2m social distancing rules.
The blackbirds are stocking up on supplemental food such as the cat biscuits left over from the hedgehogs’ supper.
Fresh water is important for all of our garden wildlife such as birds and squirrels. A shallow dish on the ground…
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