Sunday, 25th January 2004
Richard Bell's Wild West Yorkshire nature diary
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cock pheasant, a regular visitor to the seed-feeder
on the patio, strolls down the garden path. Behind him a not-so-welcome
guest: a rabbit noses around our vegetable beds.
In the meadow the afternoon feed for the pones is, as usual, sparking
rivalry between the regulars and the pied newcomer. The owners are
filling two acrylic baths and a large blue plastic
barrel with water. A prolonged spell of frosty weather has been
forecast and it's a wise precaution to drain the hose pipe.
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