Tuesday, 9 June 2009

There are a lot of juveniles in the garden… Robins, Great Tits, Blue Tits, Dunnocks, Blackbirds. The Starlings are quiet though. Mornings are not the same without them causing a frenzy! I've not been using the camera in the mornings either, as it takes a while to get my hands working.
Out again this evening, as I will be dedicating tomorrow evening to the dog. Mind you, she gets two walks a day, but tomorrow I shall take her for a hike!

The Canada Geese were in a bad mood tonight... this one reminds me of myself in the mornings!

To get this Pheasant and the Corvid below (as that flew by in the process), I walked through a churchyard, climbed a fence and perched on a very unstable Cornish Hedge next to a bunch of Foxgloves, which were buzzing with Bees. I'm just glad there were no Wasps - Don't like them! Getting down was tricky and I ended up face down and covered in bird poo, as it was near a good perch! Was it worth it I asked myself, but being so short there was no other way!

Bindweed I believe...

My day list:-
1. Little Egret
2. Heron
3. Mute Swan
4. Canada Goose
5. Mallard
6. Pheasant
7. Moorhen
8. Herring Gull
9. Lesser Black Backed Gull
10. Woodpigeon
11. Collared Dove
12. Swift
13. Swallow
14. Skylark
15. Pied Wagtail
16. Wren
17. Dunnock
18. Robin
19. Stonechat
20. Songthrush
21. Blackbird
22. Chiffchaff
23. Great Tit
24. Blue Tit
25. Magpie
26. Jackdaw
27. Carrion Crow
28. Starling
29. House Sparrow
30. Chaffinch
31. Goldfinch
32. Greenfinch
33. Linnet


  1. Nice set of photo's, especially the Blackbird and pheasant