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  1. It went

    It went

    Just as I clicked off went the Collared Dove (my first of the year too!). However, what I was left with was a picture of frozen moss on my neighbour's roof. It was actually the first heavy frost of the year as well! I was rather taken with it, so thought you might like to see it too.
  2. Spring is coming

    Spring is coming

  3. Mossy woodland

    Mossy woodland

    We wandered to the other end of the bay and I sent them off for a walk through the woods and up the hill for as far as they wanted to go (I'd done it a few years before with my sister - a wonderful day we had). Meanwhile, I just puddled about in the lower area and found these mossy shapes that...
  4. Wren Nest Building

    Wren Nest Building

    Wren nest building with moss
  5. Is It Edible?

    Is It Edible?

    This kingie has got a piece of moss from the pond in its mouth and seems to be in doubt about whether it is edible.
  6. Beakful of Moss!

    Beakful of Moss!

    Following on from my other post, just one more today of the diligent Great Tit. This is just before she drops down over to the otherside of the fence to where the tyres/nesting site is. I have been after a shot of a Great Tit for some time but always ended up blowing the whites or underexposing...
  7. Moss Gathering

    Moss Gathering

    Last year a pair of Great Tits nested in a pile of old car tyres on the other side of my fence in my neighbour's garden. This year they (or another pair) are back and nesting in the same place. This morning was the official start of nest building with this female (I presume) going back and forth...
  8. Moss & autumn leaf

    Moss & autumn leaf

    Sometimes the simplest things in nature are the most beautiful. I found this moss far back in a woodlot. The fall maple leaf made it a much more interesting picture.
  9. Wren


    busy collecting moss for its nest
  10. A busy Wren

    A busy Wren

    Gardening yesterday (160406) noticed a wren beavering away, he now has a nice home in the Ivy, fingers crossed the neighbours cat doesn't find it this year
  11. Feeding around the moss

    Feeding around the moss

    This Woodcock was very active in feeding and didn't bother about us watching it, even though it was so close!