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Thursday, December 24th 2015

The reserve was very peaceful today, with lovely weather for December. The reserve looked wonderful in the sunlight as we walked through it in order to fill the many bird feeders we have on the reserve. These feeders are clearly appreciated by the birds as they were immediately feeding from them once we moved away.

Unfortunately we didn’t spot the Roe Deer today, although our December observation board suggests they’re being seen as often as usual. We did however spot a very festive deer in the field centre.
 

From us all at Foxglove, we hope all of our friends and supporters have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 


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