A Sunday on my own, I put on my wobblely shoes and went for a brisk walk to see how my tree was doing. last time I saw it was december an the poor bid thing looked quite sad (like me!).
On the way thare (about 20 mins walk from where I leve) I saw 2 munjacts grazinf on the footpath. I think they must live there or it is a very polular spot for munjacts (there always one there).
On approching the Tree I heard Chiffchaffs Blakcaps and Tits, saw some crows and Wood Pigeons, heard at leat 6 different Green Woodpeckers, saw 2 Magpies, 3 Jays. I heard a Dunnock. And that all that I can remenber.
I thought I showed you wha my walk was like fefore I got to my Oak. He is actually closer to work than home.
The oak is staring to bud, unlike the urbans than have now some little leaves. it is still lokking pretty naked and wintery.
But on a closer look I see he is waking up slowly.