More signs of Spring

Coal Tits and Great Tits are singing away around us now. On a walk down into the village this-morning, a Dunnock blasted out its rapid, high-pitched song from a garden hedge and a Chaffinch gave a couple of phrases too. There were House Sparrows on several gable-ends chirping out their territorial claims.

Back in the garden, the finches are still coming down to the feeders. A pair of Siskins has been regular and there was a brief visit from one of the ringed Mealy Redpolls this morning. Bullfinches are still coming down in good numbers and there are plenty of Goldfinches as well.


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