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While we have plenty of bird life visiting our garden, one species we lack is sparrows. There’s no shortage of them at Llanerchindda Farm though and I never…

Once upon a time House Sparrows were seemingly ubiquitous, chirping away in shrubbery of every garden; living up to their collective noun – a ubiquity of…

I’m back in Wales, at Llanerchindda Farm, this week for a music course and it’s been a pleasure being able to watch the birds at such close quarters. I took…

These Swamp Sparrows provided us with entertainment during downtime in the blind. Photographing them is like playing pinball.

The title of today’s post may sound like the name of a lesser known 1960s pop band, but it nicely reflects the photos I’ve taken today! I swapped my wide-angle…

I sneaked a few minutes of photography time while the sun was shining today. I spent it watching the birds that flock to the well stocked bird table at…

The bird table at Llanerchindda Farm is always well stocked and the local birdlife flocks to it for breakfast every day. This morning there were lots of…

My home for the coming week is Bishop Burton College, our venue for the Recorder Summer School. Knowing I’d have little free time later in the day I took a…

By today I was onto the final leg of my working tour, with a weekend course at Paradise Farm in Presteigne. The hot weather we’ve been enjoying in recent weeks…

Away in the sunshine, at the moment and didn't even have a "proper" camera with me - but this couldn't be missed - right by my sunbed in the grounds of the…

The little bird hops throught the bright, green, grass and the bright, green, grass grows high. The little bird hops throught the bright, green, grass and the…
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