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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Birds at work

A common visitor, House Sparrow





Waste land by the garage


This small piece of waste land at the side of the M.O.T. station fetches several passerines with the help of some seed and fat balls.
A busy day here today with feeding :-
3 Blue Tits
1 Gt Tit
2 Coal Tits
3 Dunnocks
1 Robin
2 m Blackbirds
3 Collared Doves
8 House Sparrows
1 Wren
2 Greenfinch
Will have to get set up with some Nyger feeders to bring some new species, trouble is I can,t stop looking out of the window.

A dull morning today which brightened up early afternoon bringing clear blue skies and sunshine.
The temperature never rose above freezing today and dropped rapidly after dark.
No birds of note in the skies today.
BS
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2 comments:

DJSutcliffe said...

Spot on for a visiting Tree Sparrow!

Brian Sumner . said...

We live in hopes,Ive worked there 25 years and it has,nt happened yet !