Boro Garden
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Welcome everyone!  November 2017.

Summer has flown by here in Boro Garden; Autumn has arrived as the shadows lengthen and the sun is lower in the sky. There are plenty of wet days, not heavy rain, but frequent. Dew wets everything each morning and most flowers have slowed up, the trees are turning leaves are falling and hedgerows are full of berries. Time to tidy the garden for the winter. The birds are still busy at times and disappear at others.

Boro Garden is a small bird friendly garden located in the North-East of England. It is bordered by some large trees with a beck running through and  there is an old apple tree in the middle of the garden with a large evergreen on the right. The camera points north-east. I stock a variety of bird feeders using a table and hanging feeders to encourage birds to visit. The bird population has settled down with blackbirds, robins and bluetits as frequent visitors. Goldfinches often outnumber the greenfinches which have declined.  Also look out for great tit, the tiny coal tit,  sparrow and nuthatch. The magpies have not been seen lately but the wood pigeons will sit and eat everything in sight!  Squirrels steal the birdfood by performing acrobatic stunts.

I try to broadcast most days during daylight hours, but if the channel is not live please try again a bit later. Let me know what you think at any time by following @BoroGarden on Twitter or checking Facebook page    If you add an image to the Hall of Fame please include your location, even if it’s only the country you’re from so that I can see where my camera is being viewed. If you have a webcam page or a web page please put the address in the message box so that I can check it out, other messages are also welcome. Enjoy your stay and thanks for your visit.

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