In reply to SharWood:
Lovely photos SharWood
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A recent visit to Charlecote Park, this years house martin youngsters
Another nest and one youngster pokes its head out
And a Chad impression....
Spotted this juvenile fox early this morning. Apologies for the poor quality, it was a case of grab the camera which had the big lens attached and it was still quite dark, so post editing ensured....
Initially it was sat on the path waiting for me to get out the way so it could make a trip into our garden, but raising the camera and lens sent it back up the road....
Just caught quick snap of this youngster this morning with its bangle on..
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
A juvenile jay exploring its new found territory...
it didn't manage to suss out the feeders, so it contentedly fed around the ground....
Another juvenile blackbird slowly aquireing adult plumage
We've plenty of juvenile goldfinches and they all seem to love the sunflower seeds, so do the adults!
Two generations together
In reply to Mike B:
Not only do the Blackbirds use the squirrel baffle but the Goldfinch do now to feed their young.
On a walk across Dunwich Heath in Suffolk I saw my first Juvenile Cuckoo, I think it can only be a Juvenile because the adults have already returned to Africa. It's an area known for Nightjars and there was a brief moment of hope I'd seen one but it was not near enough to dusk for it to be a possibility but I'm more than happy to see the Cuckoo.
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