Botanical garden birds and plants


Today, to the botanical garden.

Today, as people expect no more frosty nights after the cold spring so far, a small car takes the Mediterranean climate plants out of the eighteenth century greenhouse to various open air spots.

The cold wather means less flowers than usually at this time of the year.

Muskroot does have flowers already.

This video is called Eurasian Nuthatch (Sitta europaea).

Nuthatch sounds.

Also great tit, great spotted woodpecker, greenfinch and dunnock.

Near the canal, colt’s-foot flowers.

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