Sunday, 11 March 2012

Songs From The Cliff Top


The Dartford Warbler is another little bird that I just can't get enough of. Lovely to listen too and great fun to follow, we saw at least twenty seperate birds on our wander along the cliffs this morning.

3 comments:

Dartford Warbler said...

How amazing to see so many of them. They are such shy little birds. I know that they live on the Forest heathland behind our house, but I have rarely seen them.

A lovely photograph!

Bovey Belle said...

I've never seen one either, despite many many walks in the Forest and in the Purbecks . . . I think it's called Sod's Law.

Julian Sawyer said...

It is good to see so many around. Keep walking the cliffs and you will see them eventually.

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