HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE
I went to a lovely Nativity Play a week ago and last night went to Midnight Mass in our lovely village Church. What a happy service it was. The crunch of the snow as we were walking to the
Church, the bright moonlit sky made it a lovely evening. It did help that I had two coats on though as it was freezing.
I always feel so sorry for wildllife when the weather is so harsh.
We usually eat well at Christmas but this Christmas birds and other wildlife are finding it hard. The ground is frozen and covered in inches of snow. We have rabbits and peasants getting braver by the day as they join the dunnocks, sparrows, and many other birds that crowd round the feeders. What a variety of size and colour I can see.
So when you are tucking into festive food just put a little out for the birds. You will surely help save a life.
i put foot and water out for my garden birds every day. It is a full time job at the moment! This morning I saw one or two birds trying to get some water but it had frozen solid into a lump of ice. Birds do need water. Now most of the natural water will be frozen so why not just put a small bowl of water out
I raise a glass to you all as you enjoy your Christmas Day – but first see if there is any way you can help our feathered friends survive.
If you have any questions or want to tell me your story just get in touch.