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Ogston again....27th April 2017... Waxwing dip again...

Title says it all really, an evening run over after the Waxwings were reported again, and no sign again for me.

A few commoner birds made up though with great views of Nuthatch, Song Thrush etc. 12 more words

Naturelog: 29th April (2)

After seeing the Ospreys Keith and I headed back towards the reserve’s visitor centre. On the way, we saw two Red Legged Partridges on the path ahead of us. 611 more words

Natural History

Chick time!

We’ve had lots of fab photos emailed in over the past few days, thank you to everyone who’s taken the time to share them with us! 156 more words


Here are a few shots of a dunnock.




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7th April 2017

Dunnocks, as shown a few days ago, have been nest-building in our box hedge and so far they have laid three of their beautiful turquoise eggs. 105 more words

Sheffield Nature

Book Review: The Heart of the Valley by Nigel Hinton

Published by Harper & Row, copyright 1986, 236 pages.  Cover art by Pam Stephens.

During a recent bird outing in rural England a Dunnock was pointed out to me.   768 more words