I have become a little wary about birds since the birdemic - especially corvids - but the sighting of one particular pair of birds in my village has filled my heart with joy. Our village storks have returned from their overwintering. I am not sure when exactly they returned, but I happened to notice them the other day. Their arrival coincides well with the blossoming cherry trees and Easter. In other words, I take the storks as a sign of hope.
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Blogs/Sites I Read
Bruce Charlton's Notions
Meeting the Masters
From The Narrow Desert
Twisting the Tail of the Cosmos
Deep Britain and Ireland