Flowers, nuthatch, treecreeper at the cemetery

Crocus, 2 March 2014

This is a photo of a crocus flower from today, when we went to the cemetery.

Crocus, cemetery, 2 March 2014

Crocus and fly, 2 March 2014

The crocus flowers attracted small insects, like flies (the one on the photo was not much bigger than a fruit fly).

Many birds singing. A short-toed treecreeper climbing up a small tree, just outside the cemetery grounds.

Nuthatch, 2 March  2014

Just inside the cemetery grounds, a nuthatch on a branch.

Greenfinch, great spotted woodpecker, great tit, robin sounds.

Wood pigeons. A magpie. Blue tits. Jays.

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25 thoughts on “Flowers, nuthatch, treecreeper at the cemetery

  1. Crocus are absolutely wonderful and I like water lilies also. My Dad was caretaker of a cemetery and there was no end to the wonderful flowers he planted all over the place.


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