Ready for more?
An old favourite! Let’s face it, I’m not going to get a better shot than this, am I?
Trust me, there’s a chick in that hole! It was a VERY vocal little birdie!
England has three woodpecker types. Great (and lesser) Spotted and Green WPs.
This is the only Grey Partridge I’ve ever seen. It’s native (the more common Red-legged is not).
Honk if you were a Goose last night!
Oooh! An arty one!
Every year my Aunt had House Martins (and I had Barn Swallows). This year, neither returned!
Ah, it’s nice to see some ‘Norfolk Reds’ (bricks) again! Oh, and a Jackdaw too!
A Kestrel (or wind-hover). Who needs a compass when there’s a Kestrel around?
A gull, on a mast, on a boat, on a river. That’s Jenga I think? OK, that’s it for tonight.