Snow-covered St Albans parks filled with fun-loving pets

PUBLISHED: 11:53 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:38 02 March 2018

Picture: Georgie London.

Picture: Georgie London.

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You’ve been sending through your pictures of beautiful snow-covered landscapes and adorable pets scampering through the same landscapes!

Picture: Hadley Walker.Picture: Hadley Walker.

Keep sending your images to hertsad@archant.co.uk complete with your name and some details of where you took the photo!

Boarding dog Loki. Picture: Anna Arnold.Boarding dog Loki. Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Anna Arnold.Picture: Anna Arnold.

14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.

One dog enjoyig laying in the snow. Picture: Hannah Mills.One dog enjoyig laying in the snow. Picture: Hannah Mills.

14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.14-week-old Ziggy in St Albans enjoying the snow for the first time. Picture: Lorna Dedrick.

Picture: Anna Arnold.Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Anna Arnold.Picture: Anna Arnold.

Picture: Hadley Walker.Picture: Hadley Walker.

Bailey from Chiswell Green, St Albans. Picture: Eleanor Leane.Bailey from Chiswell Green, St Albans. Picture: Eleanor Leane.

Beau and Kobi frollicking at Shenley Lane Playing Fields. Picture: Georgie London.Beau and Kobi frollicking at Shenley Lane Playing Fields. Picture: Georgie London.

Picture: Stu Stuart.Picture: Stu Stuart.

Blitzen the German Shepherd at Heartwood forest drifts. Picture: JP Steve.Blitzen the German Shepherd at Heartwood forest drifts. Picture: JP Steve.

Church End, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.Church End, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

Taken in Kings Langley. Picture: Nikki Karen Phillips.Taken in Kings Langley. Picture: Nikki Karen Phillips.

Maisie and Mario in St Albans made a mini snowman. Picture: Nicole Norman.Maisie and Mario in St Albans made a mini snowman. Picture: Nicole Norman.

Eight-year-old Kiya playing in the snow in Bricket Road, St Albans while wrapped up warm with her coat and scarf. Picture: Ellie Miller.Eight-year-old Kiya playing in the snow in Bricket Road, St Albans while wrapped up warm with her coat and scarf. Picture: Ellie Miller.

Beanie and Dolly from Batchwood Drive. Picture: Charlie Ann Barton-WellsBeanie and Dolly from Batchwood Drive. Picture: Charlie Ann Barton-Wells

Annette with the gigantic snowman in St Albans. Picture: Nicole Norman.Annette with the gigantic snowman in St Albans. Picture: Nicole Norman.

Oscar on Bricket Wood Common. Picture: Lisa Newell.Oscar on Bricket Wood Common. Picture: Lisa Newell.

Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.

Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.Redbourn Common. Picture: Kelly Field.

Picture: Ricky Barnett.Picture: Ricky Barnett.

St Mary's Church, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.St Mary's Church, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

The Cricketers, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.The Cricketers, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

The Jolly Gardener, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.The Jolly Gardener, Redbourn. Picture: Kelly Field.

Snowdrifts in Markyate. Picture: Nicola Benson.Snowdrifts in Markyate. Picture: Nicola Benson.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.Highfield Park, St Albans Picture: @RobRambler214.

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I should probably have taken the hint! Walking out into the garden recently an unprecedented flock of thirty or more crows raucously greeted me from the treetops at the bottom of my garden. Cawing and croaking these big, black birds clung clumsily to the top most branches and twigs, jostling and flapping to stay balanced in a constant flurry of feathers. There is always something ominous about crows – they are after all carrion crows, the vultures of the bird world – always watching for scraps and weakness that might mean their next meal.

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