Time to start this year's thread of odds and sods (Last year's Odds & Sods HERE)
Today a large flock of 40 or so Redwings descended on the fields around our local parkland and although they were pretty skittish and distant I hard cropped a few pics for you ....
and a blue tit landed nearby !
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
My Flickr Photostream
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
Just the odd flurry, today, and Mr BB in the garden looking quite miserable about it
These two Egyptian Geese were sharing the sheeps crushed sugar beet, seen them there twice now on our walk around a local NT site Ickworth Park.
Thanks for starting this years thread Hazy.
This is topical for this thread, spot the Odd one out, taken on our local marshes this afternoon.
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
Lot to learn
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