Friday, 7 June 2013

A sunny walk and one not quite so sunny!.... 4th & 5th June 2013

A local walk was enjoyable on a gloriously sunny and relatively warm morning made all the better with sightings of  Skylarks galore, Yellowhammer,  Buzzard, Little Owl and a flyover Red Kite! Peacock and White butterflies flitted around in the adjacent fields though not settling very often and a Pheasant called several times but was well hidden!
 
 
Spot the Little Owl!

 
A very busy and tired looking Blue Tit!

 
The gorse looked lovely in the sunshine. Such a vibrant colour!

 
 
The not so sunny walk was taken in the Wyre Forest in the area of the Visitor Centre. Great, Blue and Marsh Tit,  Blackbird, Chaffinch and a Pied Wagtail were the highlight birds.
 
 





Dunnock parents feeding their youngster in my garden.

 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. It's been nice to have a few sunny days hasn't it Pam!
    I found the Little Owl.....watching you watching it! lol
    Love the Dunnock family too!

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  2. It has been good to see some sunshine Ruth, long overdue too!

    Thanks for your comments, glad you liked my Dunnock family!

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  3. Sound like a good walk...flyover Red Kites are always a bonus in these parts Pam!

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    1. The Red Kite was a treat to see Jason and as you say a 'bonus' in these parts!

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