Badby bird notes for November 2017 –

One or two red admiral butterflies appeared in our garden at the start of November but that was the last of any memories of summer and warm weather.

Since we started getting cold days in November, there has been a marked increase in the number and variety of birds on our feeders.  Marsh tit, great-spotted woodpecker, nuthatch, house sparrow, greenfinch, goldfinch and chaffinch have joined the year round regulars such as blue, great and coal tits.

Other birds recently found in and around the garden have included goldcrest, treecreeper and pheasant as well as the odd winter thrush – fieldfare and redwing.


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