Out And About? Look Out For Spring Flowers – More From Turls Hill

I’ve been to Turls Hill quite a few times over the last couple of weeks, and although I still took my binoculars, on this visit, as far as the video is concerned anyway, I concentrated on the flowers that are showing in numbers.

From the green alkanet, that ‘escaped’ in the eighteenth century, to the lesser celandine and the wood anemone, that spreads at the rate of six feet per century, you can see Turls Hill in bloom via the video below.

If you’re out and about on a daily walk, as currently allowed by the UK government, keep your eyes open for our wild flowers, as they’re starting to show in numbers now.

Bird-wise, I saw the following: wood pigeon, magpie, blackbird, great tit, carrion crow, blue tit, starling, robin, stock dove, chiffchaff, chaffinch, kestrel, common buzzard, sparrowhawk, jackdaw, wren, goldfinch.

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