Coal Tits

Coal Tits are common enough birds, often nipping in and taking seed from the feeders before nipping off again to eat its treat somewhere out of sight. I came across a pair locally which had nested in a hole at the base of a birch tree and were busy coming and going with food for […]

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Day and night

What an excellent day this was. In the morning I checked Baths of Aphrodite, mainly inside the caravan park. It was alive with migrants – not huge numbers on the ground but cool stuff and some cooperative birds. Highlights were Barred Warbler, 6 Collared Flycatchers, 5 Wood Warblers, and good movement of hirundines out towards […]

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Winter Birds

We really don’t have too much snow down here on the Devon/Cornwall border, so a covering of the white stuff was a bit of a novelty on two separate weeks in March. I could have panicked and ran around with my long lens and end up photographing nothing at all or just stay in the […]

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