Friday, 18 January 2013

Double glazed birding


The birds were so hungry in the garden today they took almost no notice of movements within the house and permitted some photos through the double-glazing (please see opposite).

Birds in the garden today included 6 Bramblings, half-a-dozen Fieldfare and singles of Lesser Redpoll, Tree Sparrow, Reed Bunting and Yellowhammer amongst the throng of more common species.

At least one Brambling was at Kelmarsh Hall and 2 Woodcock were flushed at Sunderland Wood (Kelmarsh Estate) this morning.

Birds in the northern-most field at Blueberry Farm, Maidwell this morning included a Short-eared Owl, a Barn Owl, a Red Kite and 2 Snipe.


Eleanor and Neil
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