Sunday, 18 November 2012

Noddle Hill on a sunny November day

 We had a walk around this lovely nature reserve this morning. Blue skies, a ground frost and lovely autumn colours. The photo above shows a Spindle (Euonymus europaeus) loaded with berries by the fishing lake.
  We have a peek at Wawne drain and flush a Kingfisher, which perches a while ahead and then flies away before the kids have a chance of watching it.
 On the scrubby middle of the reserve a Redwing feeds on Hawthorn berries, and in the Alders near the  carpark a group of Siskins feeds twittering contentedly.
Guelder rose, Viburnum opulus in berry
Frosty bramble
Spot the Kingfisher!
A party of Siskins feeding on Alder seeds

  1. Black-headed Gull        
  2.  Blackbird        
  3.  Blue Tit        
  4.  Carrion Crow        
  5.  Dunnock        
  6.  Goldfinch        
  7.  Kingfisher        
  8.  Linnet        
  9.  Magpie        
  10.  Mallard        
  11.  Redwing        
  12.  Reed Bunting        
  13.  Robin        
  14.  Rook        
  15.  Siskin        
  16.  Woodpigeon

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