Sunday, 29 May 2016

Spots before my Eyes.

The returning Kingston Lisle Spotted Flycatchers are showing interest in one of the garden nest boxes  and the discovery of a Spotted Flycatcher hawking insects from the top of a MayBush at orchard house in Stanford in the vale as I sipped coffee in the kitchen was most uplifting. There are a pair of swifts nesting in the roof space of this house and often a swift flyover of eight.
the Feather.

 Green Veined Butterfly

 Young Goldfinch in reflective mood at this puddle
Young Carrion Crow on lookout at the crows nest

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful series. Greetings from Montreal, Canada.

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