Monday, 21 October 2013

Bird, wildlife and flower log, 14-20 October 2013

It is a short list for what has been around. No sightings of blackbirds, and earlier Sunday the first sighting of a couple of squirrels. The only thing that there has been lots of is fungus, from little delicate "fairy" types to bigger with frilly edges and more "meaty" looking varieties!

As the flowers fade and the rain now seems to be replacing the sun, I've included a photo that I took in the spring of these beautiful sea pinks in order to remember the better weather!

Sea Pink © 2013 Natasha Forder
Birds Wildlife and Insects Flowers
Great spotted woodpecker - female Grey squirrels Rose
Chaffinch, male, female
Coreopsis grandiflora rising
Greenfinch - male, female
Coreopsis sunray
Blue tit - adult
Gaillardia sunburst yellow
Great tit - adult
Dunnock - adult
Robin - adult
Magpie - adult

Crow - adult

Woodpigeon - adult, juvenile

Collared dove - adult

1 comment:

  1. Great photo Natasha, I don't think I know this plant - its really lovely :)