Swifts and yellowhammer


This 2012 video is called Yellowhammer singing away above a busy main road at Hartshead, UK.

4 July 2011.

After missing our bus from Hull docks to the railway station, a policeman was kind enough to bring us in a police car. He remarked that most police would not do that. A nice change from less kind police in Egypt, England, etc.

Upon arrival in Bempton village: swifts, barn swallows flying. A blackbird singing.

A collared dove on a TV antenna.

House sparrows.

Then, along Cliff lane to the famous Bempton Cliffs bird reserve.

Starlings. Greenfinch sound. Whitethroats.

Ringlet butterflies.

Ringlet

Skylark singing. A yellowhammer singing from a bush.

Near the RSPB visitor centre, a goldfinch.

So, this is the end of this entry, mainly about land birds. Next one will be mainly about the seabirds of Bempton Cliffs.

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