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Moseley Bog, Joy’s Wood and Swanshurst Park (1 Viewer)

Julie50

Mostly in the Midlands :)
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Hi all,

Since my usual birding spots are either shut or not accessible at the moment. I thought I would look closer to home and these three sites make a good circular walk for me. I did not take my notebook so just the highlights today.

Kestrel, chiffchaff, nuthatch, and treecreeper :)
 

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the Harborne Flyer

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Hi all,

Since my usual birding spots are either shut or not accessible at the moment. I thought I would look closer to home and these three sites make a good circular walk for me. I did not take my notebook so just the highlights today.

Kestrel, chiffchaff, nuthatch, and treecreeper :)

Hi Julie, where is Joy's Wood ? The other two locations are obviously well known.
 

Julie50

Mostly in the Midlands :)
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United Kingdom
Hi

Joy’s Wood is “attached” to Moseley Bog. It is the section to the North West which is higher ground and includes sone more open areas. Most people probably consider it part of the bog!
 

Julie50

Mostly in the Midlands :)
Supporter
United Kingdom
6th April 2020:

Great tit
Crow
Wood pigeon
Blue tit
Blackbird
Magpie
Kestrel
Gold crest
Robin
Jay

At the pool:
Canada geese
Mute swan
Great crested grebe
Coot
Lesser black backed gull
Herring gull
Tufted duck
 

Julie50

Mostly in the Midlands :)
Supporter
United Kingdom
Just the Bog today:

Robin
Long tailed tit
Wood pigeon
Blue tit
Crow
Magpie
Jay
Great tit
Blackbird
Bullfinch
 

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