While mid-spring heralds the arrival of migrating woodswallows to the district – small flocks of White-browed Woodswallows and the odd Masked Woodswallow arriving over the past week – it always feels like summer when they appear. Hot and blustery northerlies are the driver of their journey south. A small group descended along Plunkett’s Lane at the weekend – pairing up and commencing nest-building in loose colonies, as is their habit … let’s hope they don’t desert as they did in 2011.
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