With all that weather going on the only wildlife recording I was able to do was from my window at home. I took pics of most of the birds that came in, but the DUNNOCK was too shy to pose long enough, and the HOUSE SPARROW only came in briefly. At one point in the afternoon the sun almost came out, and during this briefest of intervals,I looked out and over the wet woods, and saw at least 50 SWIFTS flying low, all going SW, and I don't blame them either!
Below are some of the birds that spent the afternoon entertaining me!
Juv. GREAT TIT
This is what the above bird will moult into (providing its a male!)
This is a juv. BLUE TIT, hammering away at a sunflower heart
Here's one of three juv. ROBINS with an adult bird (right)
And here's one of the juv. ROBINS siblings
This COAL TIT was a welcome visitor, scarce in my garden during july