Sunday, 27 August 2017

30 Days Wild day 26- Wildlife on holiday

I spent the end of June on holiday with my parents in Norfolk. This was mainly to give us all a bit of a break before the annual village carnival which my dad organises. However, we happened to be staying in a forest, which was great for finishing off 30 Days Wild (although awful for getting any blog posts written because there were always more exciting things to be done).

Before we'd even finished unloading the car, I'd spotted the treecreeper and the nuthatch. The rest followed not long afterwards, either seen from the deck of our cabin or on a quick walk through the forest. Every rustle of the leaves was something new to look at, and it didn't take long to tune our eyes in and start picking out movement amongst the trees.

A fledgling blue tit in a nest of branches

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