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During my stroll at Hatfield Forest yesterday I noticed a swallows nest in the fishermen’s shelter. The adult birds seemed completely at ease, flying in and out…

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The Pacific swallows are back and resting on the ledges. After many months of migration, they're nesting again

I spent half an hour watching the swallows in the fishermen's shelter at Hatfield Forest this morning. There seems to be just one nest this year, perched on a…

During my morning stroll I encountered a large group of Swallows, sitting on a wire, chatting away animatedly to each other and I was able to get close enough…

I took myself off for a long walk in Hatfield Forest this afternoon with the intention of discovering some of the areas I haven't yet explored. I started off…

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