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The bird buffet

WE spend a lot of time watching the birds on and around the feeding station, because we have a clear view through our kitchen window. It’s better than daytime television, and we get more arrivals and departures than Heathrow – in a normal year, that is!

The bird life differs from year to year. We always see blackbirds, and they prefer to feed on the ground, picking up

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