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  • I am aware.

  • Hi, I'm Hannah.

  • And today I'm going to show you how you can spot some wildlife characters in your garden or local park.

  • Sir.

  • Gardens come in ALS shapes and sizes with many different plants and habitats.

  • But one bird you could be pretty sure to spot is J.

  • Go the Robin.

  • Oh, hello.

  • Welcome to the Garden.

  • J Go is the ultimate song stir and he will sing all year round Even through the cold winter months, he has quite the personality and will be seen all over the garden either singing high up in the trees.

  • Mm.

  • Darting in and out of the bushes or foraging on the ground for something to eat.

  • Oh, what's this?

  • Oh, on this.

  • Be sure to keep a ni out for his bright red breast and listen out for his song first thing in the morning.

  • But if you want to spot our next character, you have to get down low.

  • Henry.

  • Well, are you you hearted?

  • There's a shutout.

  • Okay, Harry and Henry, the hedgehogs like to come out night, so it can be pretty tricky to tell if you have some in the garden.

  • But if you go out to your garden first thing in the morning.

  • You may see some tunnels low down in the bushes or even some footprints or trails in the morning Jew.

  • Or even if you're really lucky, some hedgehog poo.

  • Now, hedgehog poo is about three centimeters in length and is very dark in color.

  • So always have a look on the ground from moves a bit too bright tonight, isn't it, Harry?

  • Yeah, but you write their head.

  • They mhm on.

  • Lastly, we want to spot Frey of the Fearless Frog.

  • Oh, it's nice and cool in here.

  • Oh, hello.

  • During spring, Frey and her friends will be busy by the pond exploring in and out of the water.

  • But they also like to hang out by log piles and compost heaps under decking and even the garden shed.

  • Here I go thes places give Freyre and her friends lots of places to explore as well as a cozy place to sleep.

  • So what are you waiting for?

  • Why not go exploring where you live on discover your very own garden Tales about longer.

  • Whoops.

  • Oh, I hope to see you soon.

  • Cheerio.

I am aware.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/04
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