With vegetation/reeds being quite high at Leighton Moss it was hard to see a Sedge Warbler although a few were heard around the reserve. Needing my fix of a Sedgie we headed over to Foulshaw Moss and this little beauty duly obliged ..................
It was constantly singing and not fazed by my presence although I did have the 300mm and 2 x
a few pics to show you the Foulshaw Moss habitat; it's also a good place for damsels and dragonflies as well as distant Ospreys !
there is an area where they have feeders which attracted many species of bird; G.S.Woodpecker, Redpoll, Chaffinch, Siskin, Tree Sparrow, Great Tit, Goldfinch which are the ones we saw......................
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Lovely photos Hazel, and such a clear a day as well.
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