Yesterday afternoon we experienced a huge blizzardy hail storm for ten minutes that swept east across the marsh obliterating the view and enveloping London in a white wall of weather. It passed and amazingly the sun attempted to peak out spurring Reed Buntings and Chaffinches to start singing and for the Skylarks to give it one more go. Wrens and Robins joined and and for a brief few minutes you could actually believe that spring was pushing past the soul destroying cold, wind and gloom of recent weeks....
A male Reedy B (Trevor Oakley)
Wren (by me)
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