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I spent some more time in the garden, watching our flock of starlings this afternoon. They’re so used to me now that I sat in full view on the path, about six…

There’s been lots of gardening to do today so I’ve had plenty of time to watch the birds while working. The fledglings are out in force at the moment and I was…

I only managed a few minutes in the garden today, and disappointingly didn’t see too much evidence of our blue tits. However, I heard the odd call, so I live in…

One of the pleasures of having more time in our garden has been the opportunity to get to know some of the characters who visit. Naturally, the most regular…

As I sat quietly in the garden this afternoon, enjoying the endless comings and goings of our bluetits, the peace was suddenly disturbed by a garrulous mob of…

Garden birds - small included finches, tits and warblers all of which are regular visitors and many are residents in the garden. Having ran out of blog-space to…

Starlings are fascinating birds. In flat light their feathers look a dull brown. When the sun is shining though you really see the rainbow of colours in their…

I finally returned to Rainham Marshes today, some nine months after my last visit. I’ve been waiting for a calm, sunny day for ideal bird photography conditions…

I’ve got a little bonus post today, from a little time I spent in the garden late this afternoon. I had my camera handy, ready for any fleeting photo…

Our garden has been host to a gaggle of boisterous starlings. They’ve been noshing the fatballs we put out at great speed, but this morning they transferred…

After an exceptionally busy few weeks I finally enjoyed a very welcome day off today. I spent some time simply sitting in the garden this morning, watching the…
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