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Most of the trees have come into leaf now, and all those barren woodlands have become lush and green again.
It is not often that we get a Bank Holiday like the one we had at the weekend.
The once marshy, swampy flooded meadows are rapidly drying out, and I have at last been able to enjoy one of my favourite walks across the Kennet Meadows.
The recent cold weather has been extremely unusual, and more than a little damaging for our wildlife.
At long last spring has really sprung. This is when woodlands are at their finest.
I hope you have been out lately, for a walk in the open air.
The other day, I heard that a bittern had been seen on one of the gravel pits on the outskirts of Reading.
The tiny wren is pretty common around here, and even if I only see them occasionally they are loud, amazingly loud for such small birds.
Little specks of yellow in the grass on a sunny spring day can only be one thing – coltsfoot.
A few days ago it almost felt like summer, and I nearly went out for a walk in my shorts.