A few from the Woodand.

About a mile in from the coast are some beautiful woodlands. We went in search of Goshawk a bird of some scarcity in Britain.
We saw two birds but no photographs. This beautiful Song Thrush kept us amused sitting on this post as if to us instead of us watching him. Then a short trip to Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve.

Song Thrush

Song Thrush

Redpoll were aplenty at the feeding station.


A flock of about 50 Brambling were also present in the woods.
Male Brambling coming into breeding plumage.

Male Brambling coming into breeding plumage.

And a regular Dunnock making himself heard.
Dunnock announcing his territiory.

Dunnock announcing his territiory.

Siskin were also mixed in with the Redpoll.




About dickslexic

I have many interests including Football, Wildlife and Photography. I also love Music especially Rock orientated and loved the 1970's Punk movement and all the music and bands that spawned from it.
This entry was posted in Birds, Brambling, Dunnock, Goshawk, Nature Reserve, Norfolk, Redpoll, Scullthorpe, Sculthorpe Moor, Siskin, Trips Out., Uncategorized, Wildlife, Woodland and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to A few from the Woodand.

  1. johng1962 says:

    Cracking photos, Dick!!

  2. Pingback: Dunnocks in love, video | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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