So who is swanning around, while the rest of us go about our business?
During each year we have lots of feathered visitors come and go, but for a long time¬†we have¬†not been visited by swans.¬†Then, late last year, this all changed when pondweed grew¬†and took over the pond – not good for the aesthetics of the pond, but great for biodiversity as it became a great food source for a family of swans. Continue reading »
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