Stuart Bullen: Spring the season of bluebells and swifts
Spring is here. A pre dawn walk – an activity that makes you feel slightly virtuous – through the dewy meadow grass, slightly luminous in the warming rising sun in a twilight mauve sky, gives you a completely different take on the countryside around Bourne. For one thing it’s so devoid of manmade noise. An air so quiet and still that the chatter of chaffinches can be heard from the frothy white cow parsley lined hedge a quarter of a mile away sounds a lot nearer than it really is, while the bark of a vixen fox in the neighbouring Elsea woods could be right behind you.
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