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Dunnock...Hedge Sparrow...Prunella modularis.

Dunnick…Hedge Sparrow….fat and cheeky young birds of Devon…….Prunella modularis

Dunnocks eat insects and spiders, seeds and worms.
This little fella lives in the thick coastal bushes beside a car park. 63 more words


18th September 2015 - Office Day and a Dunnock

Today was spent in the office. In the morning I read journal articles about conditioned taste aversion, for the egg project. I ended up writing a short summary of the article and a note of how their methods could be applied to our project at Parc Slip. 74 more words


The end of summer and a day of rest

Today’s guest picture is the penultimate from Dropscone’s adventures on Ben Nevis and shows the rugged nature of the upper slopes of the mountain which are above the tree line.  433 more words


Wordle 213 The Interloper

Unobtrusive amber brown,
a bird of easy  virtue
chirps merrily to entice
a mate or two or maybe three
to stop by her home in the wood. 125 more words

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My Patch

Every wildlife enthusiast has their own “patch” – for some it is their “local patch”, the fields and woodland closest to their home, or their nearest nature reserve; for others it is even more intimate and closer because it is their own garden.   267 more words


Death in the afternoon

An incident today reminded me that I have not blogged about the garden birds for a while. Some of the family were staying with us over the weekend and yesterday afternoon, in a rare spell of sunshine, we sat out in the garden for a while. 772 more words