Sparrowhawk, woodpecker and redwing


This video from England says about itself:

Magpie harasses a sparrowhawk as it tries to eat its (Berkshire pigeon) lunch.

Today, again to the cemetery. Sunny weather. Warmer than usually in December.

In a holly bush near the entrance, blackbirds and a redwing feeding on berries.

A jay.

A bit further, a great spotted woodpecker in a tree,

Greenfinch and great tit sounds.

A blue tit in a tree.

Then, half-hidden between branches of a coniferous tree, a special bird: a sparrowhawk.

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