Nuthatch and hawfinches at the cemetery


Today, to the cemetery.

In a big tree near the entry, a male chaffinch.

A bit later in the same tree, a female chaffinch and a greenfinch.

Nuthatch, 19 January 2013

Then, a nuthatch on a thick branch near a patch of snow.

A blue tit on another branch.

Hawfinch, 19 January 2013

Later, not far away, two hawfinches, and a great tit.

Jay, magpie, and blackbird sounds.

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