Flowers, birds and butterflies at the cemetery


Crocus flowers, cemetery, 9 March 2014

This is a crocus flower photo from today, at the cemetery.

Just before the entrance, a female chaffinch and a small tortoiseshell butterfly.

Great tits. Jays. Magpies. Wood pigeons.

Long-tailed tits in bushes. Nuthatches on trees.

A robin sings on top of a tombstone. A blackbird around graves.

Great spotted woodpecker, 9 March 2014

A great spotted woodpecker on a big tree.

A brimstone butterfly flies around.

Greenfinch, 9 March 2014

A young greenfinch in a tree.

Wood squill flower, 9 March 2014

Blue wood squill flowers on a grave.

Wood squill flowers, 9 March 2014

Wood squill flowers, cemetery, 9 March 2014

A cemetery might seem like a creepy place for birding, but cemeteries can be prime birding hotspots that are convenient and productive. Birding in cemeteries takes a bit of caution, however, and conscientious birders will not abuse the privilege of birding on hallowed ground: here.

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