Monday, 17 June 2013

Bird, wildlife and flower log, 10-16 June 2013

Last week was a busy week in the garden and most of the birds and wildlife noted here have been seen either from looking out of the window or when I was feeding the birds in the morning.  The campanula at this time of year looks beautiful and the bees love to visit.

Campanula © 2013 Natasha Forder

Birds Wildlife and Insects Flowers
Blackbird – male, female, juvenile Grey squirrels, lots of! Lupin
Great spotted woodpecker - male, female Various bees African daisy
Chaffinch - male, female Snail Geranium
Greenfinch - male, female Slugs Campanula
Blue tit - adults Pond skater Helianthemum
Great tit - adults Large white butterfly Aquilegia
Dunnock - adults Bat Rhododendron/Azalea
Robin - adults Pontentilla
Jay - adults Weigela
Magpie - adults Foxglove
(just starting to flower)
Crow - adults Buttercup
Collared dove - adults Daisy
Woodpigeon - adult, juvenile Green Hellebore
House martin - adults
(not a usual visitor, approx.
12 flew around for 5 minutes)

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