Long-tailed tits and dunnocks


Yesterday, to the cemetery again.

Near the entrance, long-tailed tits and blue tits in a small tree.

Swifts flying high in the sky.

Great spotted woodpecker, blackbird, chaffinch and nuthatch sound.

A robin on a tombstone.

A group of dunnocks. Probably, fledglings with their parents.

On a branch of a big tree, a song thrush.

This is a siskin video.

Near the exit, a siskin. Usually, siskins are here in winter. Seeing the species here in mid June may mean that it had or has a nest here. That would be near the border of the nesting area of siskins.

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