Badby bird notes for February 2016 –

The robin’s song keeps going throughout winter but on bright sunny days now, there are other birds joining in. The scratchy song of the dunnock, as well as the melodic song thrush, have been heard from our garden. The great tit’s ‘teacher-teacher’ call is also evident. At night tawny owls are hooting. Mixed flocks of redwing and fieldfare are still widely present in the area.  In our garden we’ve had regular visits from marsh tits and nuthatches all winter but it’s only been in the last week that I have seen a greenfinch for the first time this year. Not so long ago, this was the most numerous visitor to our feeders.  RP

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