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It looks like a mixed bag of weather for the Six Nation's Final on Saturday but fingers crossed the rain holds off and the roof being open makes no difference whatsoever to France.

Currently the Met Office are warning of the odd heavy shower along with sunny spells for Cardiff tomorrow afternoon, with light westerly winds and good visibility - so kicking shouldn't be a problem for the players.

Highs of around 9 or 10 degrees so wrap up warm as it's not summer just yet. One more week to go before the clocks spring forwards and lighter evenings.

Staying on the rugby theme, RSPB Cymru blogger Anthony Walton has chosen his Grand Slam winning team of birds. What birds would make the starting line up? What skills would they require to fill the positions?

Have a great weekend and if you've got a great nature feature you'd like me to cover, get in touch via the website at wales.nature@bbc.co.uk

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