Autumn in your garden

Subject: Autumn in your garden
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 12:25:27 +1000
I am starting to notice a change in the birds in my garden as autumn (the 
precurser to the dreaded winter) approaches (yes, I know it's autumn now - 
I'm living in denial).

Can I suggest that next week people post something about what is happening 
birdwise in your garden this weekend.  No long lists, just a summary of 
what your garden is like, where it is, what interesting birds you had in 
over the weekend and whether you have noticed autumnal changes (have 
migrants started moving through, the summer birds have disappeared etc etc 

I plan to spend the weekend gardening so at least I will be out there.


David Geering

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