December 7th   Leave a comment

A walk along the shore at this time of year will always flush a wren or two slinking among the rocks more like a mouse than a bird. In frosty weather the shore can provide an unfrozen bonanza for a small bird. Garden birds like wrens, as well as dunnocks, robins, blackbirds and even greenfinches will head down to the strandline in harder weather to join the rock pipits. The sparrowhawks follow them though…

Wren - creeping around the rocks of the shore like a mouse

Wren – creeping around the rocks of the shore like a mouse

Posted December 7, 2016 by wildcrail in Sightings

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