These two were wondering round the fields this morning.
There are many lapwings nesting round the farm this year.
After sitting very quietly this hare decided it was time for a run.
It may be very chilly but this brown hare is enjoying a quiet break
Just been checking old blogs, the daffodils were out, bright and yellow on 21st March 2009, I don’t think they will out yet whilst many are still nestled in snow
Who would have thought we would still have some snow around at Easter, after last weekend of wind, blizzards and snow, the roads are clear. Even though it’s cold and dry, it seems a bit more like spring.
Tonights guest arrived in style for their stay in the Bed and Breakfast
14th March 2012…a flock of 25 curlews on pond, lapwings,and pheasants31st March 2012…just seen curlews, Buzzards, and lots of hares29th March to 5th April 2012… Stayed at Broadgate Farm this week, we have seen the following :- &nb…
During you stay at Broadgate Farm you can visit our bird hide which overlooks the scraps on the next field which encourages wading birds or admire the views of the local area.
Flowering honeysuckle not only gives us a lovely smell and colourful flowers to admire but is ideal for the birds and bees.