Sunday, 8 November 2015

Breakfast Meetings

The garden bird feeders have been busy lately with plenty of Sparrows, Blue and Great Tits, the usual Robins and Dunnocks as well as a Wren or two. The odd gang of young Long Tailed Tits have also been seen tubbling through trees, making plenty of noise and forcing the other birds from the peanuts even though they are so tiny. This morning as the rain poured, the garden went quiet as a Sparrowhawk watched and waited for the smaller birds to break cover.

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