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Spring is in the Air

Now that we are almost into April, we have managed to see the sun peep out a few times with the promise of Spring. If you want to enjoy your garden throughout the Spring, a conservatory is a great way to do it in any weather and can provide you with the perfect viewing room for all the wildlife action. It’s also a good time to renew old fencing. For Fencing Gloucester, consider Greenfields, a leading supplier of Fencing Gloucester.

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The daffodils have been on display for a few weeks now, and we are now starting to see other signs of Spring arriving. Here are a few things to look out for over the coming weeks…

Frogs and Toads– If you are lucky enough to have a pond in your garden, this is the time of the year that the frogs and toads head off in search of a place to lay their eggs – or frogspawn and toad spawn. Even if you don’t see the creatures themselves, you can have a look in your pond for the spawn.

Birds – The dawn chorus – the loud birdsong at daybreak – is at its most beautiful at this time of the year, as the birds all start calling to potential mates. So, get up early one morning and you will be in for a treat, head out to a more rural area to really experience it.

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Bumblebees – The first Bumblebees that you see (usually around March time) are queens that have managed to survive the winter and are now ready to set about looking for a nest and are in search of the first Spring flowers.

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