|Another view of the suns rays breaking through the canopy over at the Scrubby Woods|
After visiting the College Grounds and Migrant Alley, I went back to the Greenhouse Grounds, the sun had now broken through, and the bird activity had increased. In the scrub and hedgerow there were at least two dozen BLACKBIRDS, as well as 4 SONGTHRUSH, 4 Redwing, 2 SISKIN, 2 LESSER REDPOLL, a CHIFFCHAFF and a female BLACKCAP. WRENS, ROBINS, DUNNOCKS, GOLDFINCH, BLUE and GREAT TITS also gathered in good numbers to feed here. Whilst photographing the Siskins, a PEREGINE flew over at speed and headed SE, and flyovers from SKYLARK, BLACK HEADED GULL, HERRING GULL, and MISTLE THRUSH were also had.
|Goldfinch On Alder|
|Siskin On Alder ( i'll post the other Siskin shots tomorrow)|
|One for Marc, :-) - proper Jay, not the best shot, I hope to get another chance this autumn.|