Had another good day around the reserve today, despite some drama with a grass fire. Lots of birds singing all around and though nothing unusual appeared I still saw 21 different species.
One thing I noticed was the difference in the calls and songs of some of the birds from what I hear at home with birds of the same species. Most noticable with blackbirds and the great tits. As I only live about 40 miles from the reserve I'm suprised that there's a big difference. Any body else noticed this?
-AFTER THE FIRE!-
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