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Nice post-Easter 6-mile circular exercise walk this morning across farmland on Public Footpaths. Some of these paths I have not walked for 45 years.
Found a clump of about 10 Giant Puffballs which had done to seed. This would have been a crop from last year. They grow to about the size of a football and are nice to eat when fresh. Dispersing the seeds may see a good crop this later year.
Winslow House is a Victorian House with good views across the fields and farmland if it was built the other way around the view would have been of the Motorway and the Airport.
Some birds spotted this morning a Song Thrush and a Pied Wagtail.
Local Cows enjoying the sunshine.
A very good view of a Roe Deer doe running parallel to the footpath. Then off across the field to the next clump of trees.
Some flowers around the garden. Nature while on lockdown.
Our bird feeding station has attracted Robins, Blue Tits (no many but in the trees behind) Magpies and many Wood Pigeons, this morning a Grey Squirrel visited which I was able to take a few pictures through the window.