I made my annual spring visit to Salcey Forest in a quest to find Lesser-spotted Woodpeckers.
Unfortunately it was not to be as there was no sight or sound.
The usual suspects were around, Great-Spots,Nuthatch, Great, Marsh, Blue, Coal and Long-tailed Tits and Treecreepers.
Lots of birds were sensing spring and were in full song, especially Song Thrushes, Chaffinches, Robins and Wrens.
|Marsh Tit feeding on seed|
|Great Tit also on the seed|
|These Hazel Catkins are a good sign Spring is almost here|