Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Cold Autumn Skies


Nuthatch
Great Tit

Blue Tit
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And a busy busy bird feeder. As well as the above we get long tailed tits, jackdaws, greater spotted woodpeckers, rooks, collared doves, wood pigeons, wrens, stacks of house sparrows and starlings, dunnocks, greenfinches, chaffinches, goldfinches, siskins, pied and grey wagtails, blackbirds, fieldfares, robins and sparrowhawks. While obviously none of these is rare, numbers of certain species (eg sparrows) are down and need all the help they can get.

2 comments:

John said...

Hi! are you the one who get the shot of that beautiful cloud formation on the sky?
I'd say its wonderful, thanks for sharing.


John
Seattle Real Estate

Kate said...

That was over my garden, John. We've had some spectacular skies this autumn.