Couldn't resist another trip to see some Waxwing again at Laurel Park, North Shields.
There were 3 male and 1 female Bullfinch all helping themselves to the berries
Male Blackbird doing his best to deny the Waxwing
Laurel Park is just above the fish quay and one of the other toggers there said he was going down to the fish quay to look for the Iceland Gull which has been hanging around for a while- sounded like a plan to accompany him as he knew where it hung out and much more importantly, what it looked like
The Pilot boat returns.
and a Turnstone looking for scraps
You might wonder why the park is called Laurel Park - when I was given the location I assumed that it might have been named after the trees that grew there though when I arrived I could see that they weren't Laurel trees. However, I did spot this statue
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