Wildlife

Wildlife

Wildlife
We're about more than just birds (though obviously we like them a lot).
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Blackbird in the Snow

Picture taken of a blackbird in my back garden in Newcastle Co. Down NI
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Blue Tit

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Swans & other birds enjoying the calm after the storm

Picture taken of Swans & other birds at Dundrum Inner Bay near Newcastle Co. Down NI
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"Bluey"

Daily garden visitor; this spring one pair of Blue Tits successfully raised 10 chicks in one of the 5...
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"Bluey" at the oak log dining table

Another photo of our resident Blue Tit who feeds each day from the hanging seed and peanut feeders. We...
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"In Flight"

Taken Ogden Nature Reserve ,Halifax West Yorkshire. Black Headed Gull
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"Top Bird"

This sparrowhawk is never to far away from my feeding stations. Nice to See....but can be a pest.
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40 swallows perched on a conductor wire.

Taken in Filkins, West Oxfordshire on 9th August 2009. Martin numbers seem to have declined in the last...
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A "something" in my garden, March '09

I have no idea how to distinquish between toads and frogs - can anybody tell me what this is? I had to...
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A 'Choir' of Haws

These hawthorn berries look to me just as though they are singing out loud...
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A cuddly pest, the notorious Grey Squirrel

Eating scraps from the bird table - I just hope it doesnt manage to climb table or it might be a case...
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A flock of waxwings strip the berries from my neighbour's tree.

There was a real sense of awe in the cul-de-sac here on our new build estate on the outskirts of Dover...
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