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Spotlight on… Bird song and calls

Most birds will sing to defend a territory and attract a mate. It might therefore seem a bit counterintuitive to learn birdsong in winter outside of the peak breeding season – and it is true that there are fewer birds singing at this time of year – but that makes their individual songs much easier […]

Posted 19 January 2021 | Categories: Spotlight on... | Tags: Alder, bird song, birds, Goldfinch, kingfisher, robin, teasel

Wildwatch: 3 January 2013 – Signs of Spring already!

Weather: Drizzle for first half hour, then just overcast. Cool. Very light breeze. Poor light Observers: Ian, Kaye, Janetta The weather might have been dull for this, the first Wildwatch of 2013, but in the bird song and behaviour, and in some of the plant life, there were some promises of the Spring which will […]

Posted 3 January 2013 | Categories: Wildwatch | Tags: alder catkin, bird song, hogweed flower, rabbit warren, robin, Siskin, Song Thrush, white dead nettle