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 May  Newsletter

 

Spring has arrived

I have at last heard the cuckoo over Yew Tree Heath and although he is over a mile away flying over Ipley Inclosure he can still be heard over the din that the sky larks make to prevent predators from finding their nests .

On Sunday Molly dog and I walked Buskets and heard two cuckoos  and saw one flying from tree to tree .

When flying they dip and surge upwards much like a woodpecker but they are much bigger, the size of a large pidgeon

Last weeks warm weather , yes 20c on thursday 21st , has really brought out a bumper crop of primroses and bluebells. although since the temperature has  of dropped and it is chilly with easterly winds, at leadt its dry

Also to be seen in the open are violets , especially in areas that were cleared last year.I'm hoping to pop over to the nest cam in Holidays Hill this week so I will report back soon on the fledglings

Our four day midweek breaks for May start from £315 room and breakfast and £435 with dinner, per couple

 Included in our 4 day midweek breaks  are  tea and home made cake on arrival and complimentary tickets to Exbury Gardens

My walk of the month has to be from Boltons Bench.It gives you great views over forest lawns and you may hear the cuckoo!

 

So ring us on 02380 282806 to reserve your favourite room

Paul and the Gang

Just mention Molly!

Molly will be four this year and will meet up her partner , Stan and their pups for their annual walk  on Fritham Plain.Then it's back to the Royal Oak for crisps and sausages for the dogs and a pint for me.

 

 

 

 

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