Saturday, 4 February 2012

Salcey Birds

I took a wander around Salcey Forest early today, mainly on the lookout for Lesser-spotted Wodpeckers.
 I didn't have any luck there but found both Great-spots and Green. Birds of Prey were seen in the form of Kestrel and Sparrowhawk and Corvids in the shape of Carrion Crows, Jackdaws and several noisy Jays.
 Considering I was in the middle of a forest it was surprising how many Bullfinches were around with around a dozen seen along the rides.
Nuthatch

Coal Tit

Robin

Marsh Tit
 Small birds were the main attraction though. As usual I had taken some seed with me and as soon as I scattered it on a fallen log, the birds were there, Nuthatches, Robins, Dunnocks, Great, Blue, Coal and Marsh Tits all making their raids on the makeshift bird table

1 comment:

  1. That's proper organised, Rob, having bird food with you! I'm sure the birds appreciated it, too.

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