|The allotment covered with a blanket of snow|
|Grasses and seed heads are still visible|
|The pond with the remains of the snow fox in the foreground|
Snowdrops are now slowly appearing again from the snow thanks to some sunshine. They are tough little flowers and seem to be able to cope with any amount of frost and snow. They look like as if nothing has happened, their little flowers standing proud, ready to open once warmer weather arrives.
|Acrobatic blue tit|
|The robin managed to fly up to the peanut feeder|
|Blue tits like the peanuts|
|The robin looking slightly grumpy|
|Cute little long-tailed tit|
|Bird footprints on the frozen pond|
|A dunnock searching for food|
|Robin and long-tailed tit sharing the fat block feeder|
|The dunnocks are normally very shy and difficult to photograph|
The snow is also revealing some night-visitors to the allotment thanks to the footprints they have left behind. The foxes seem to have been very active, probably looking for food. I wonder what they eat when the ground is frozen and covered by a blanket of snow. I have also seen some muntjac deer footprints and a few rabbits.
|A fox footprint|
|A fox has walked here last night|