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Bramblings and Redpolls: a lesson in being present

There are redpolls around, small birds with a blush of red across the top of their creamy, streaky┬áchest. I know this now. But it makes me fairly certain that yes, there were a couple of bramblings around as well. Both … Continue reading

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Bramblings

The woods were quiet, low clouds, no wind. The kind of winter day where everything seems paused, dormant. Except that two small birds jumped and flittered on the edge of the woods, pecking at the seed-heads still showing above the … Continue reading

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