Facebook Q & A

Judith Garforth and Martha Boalch, 18/12/2018

Have you spotted any early signs of spring? 

We've already received our first snowdrop flower and first hazel flowering records.

snowdrops

Snowdrops in flower, WTML

hazel flowering

Hazel catkins flowering, WTML

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Recording for Nature's Calendar is a great way to get out and enjoy the changing seasons, we look forward to sharing your experiences online. Hope to see you there!

elder budburst

Elder budburst normally starts in January, Pete Holmes

song thrush singing

Song thrush singing can be heard already, record as heard all winter if heard before January, WTML

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