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Dealing with tree branches is a ‘nice’ challenge for a bird photographer! Here are three photographs of various branches….. and some birds ;)

1. Dunnock (Prunella modularis). 45 more words


New Neighbors 

Monday, 16th March. I was having breakfast this morning when I noticed a bit of activity in the hedge immediately outside the patio doors. A female blackbird was popping in and out of the hedge, making the whole hedge bounce up and down. 932 more words


May Day

This is a post of photographs taken yesterday.  They need no explaining!

Thank-you for visiting! 60 more words

Rural Diary

Nature Is Sometimes Noisy

It’s been a peculiar week for me – I’ve felt very adrift with the change in the weather. It’s as if I’ve been floating about on the water without a paddle, not knowing which way to go. 1,960 more words


Among the flocks of sparrows, the squabbling robins and blackbirds, the starlings and the various tits that regularly visit the bird table, there is usually a dunnock.  49 more words