In exceptionally difficult circumstances, I think the government is doing well, as it seeks to deal with the Coronavirus epidemic. On a personal level, I follow the advice and instruction that it gives to us.
Although there’s been massive change in my own life these last two weeks, nevertheless I’m still grateful, that as things stand at the moment, we can still go out for a daily walk.
I am fortunate to have some decent open countryside in the immediate area, and Turls Hill has been featuring a lot in my recent blog entries.
That’s where the latest walk took me, as once again I rambled my way around the local beauty spot. You can see some footage via the video below, as I try to make it interesting by including something different each time.
The birds seen, in order of appearance, were as follows: wood pigeon, blue tit, stock dove, great tit, wren, carrion crow, blackbird, dunnock, common buzzard, nuthatch, chaffinch, robin, great spotted woodpecker, jackdaw, raven, long-tailed tit, chiffchaff, starling.