It’s a funny spring – but then, they often are.

, via Wikimedia Commons”]As you know, if you are a regular reader, I’ve seen bee flies and primroses and a swallow three weeks ago at Cheltenham, and I’ve heard plenty of chiffchaffs but it feels like a stuttering spring to me.  I heard a willow warbler last weekend and there have been a few blackcaps around but even the butterflies seem to come and go in this weather.

The weather forecast for the Easter weekend looks a bit patchy so who knows what it will bring.  But that’s why this time of year is exciting – who knows what each day will bring? Will spring advance or stand still?  And will the signs of spring come in a torrent or a dribble?

We’ll see.  And I hope that you get out and see some spring this Easter weekend too.

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2 Replies to “Spring?”

  1. Well.... the Easter weekend may have been a bit cool and damp but Good Friday was good enough to bring out the first male Emperor moths during the warm sunshine in the morning. Lovely to see...


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