Wren and woodpecker

Today, to the old harbour.

During the winter it had been one of relatively few places where the water wasn’t frozen. Usually, at least 100 water birds in seven species (though mostly mallards) then.

Now, in spring, however, the birds have far more choices of open water, and most have left the harbour. I saw just ten mallards and domestic ducks, and a coot.

At the cemetery: great tit, blackbird, great spotted woodpecker.

This is a wren video.

A wren calling from a bush just outside the cemetery.

Wren photos: here.

A chiffchaff singing.

A jay in a tree.

Robin sound. Magpies, wood pigeons.

Leucistic Hairy woodpecker in Massachusetts: here.

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