Cornwall birds and squirrel


This video from Britain says about itself:

Video for Cats to Enjoy: Birds on A Glorious December Day (also spot the squirrel)

Video produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed on December 19th 2018

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Cornwall garden birds this month, video


This video from Britain says about itself:

Video for Cats – My Garden Birds in December

The birds in the video are Blackcap female (orange cap), Bullfinches (male and female), Robin, Blackbird (female), Great Tit, Blue Tit, Chaffinch and Magpie.

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed on December 10th 2018

Garden birds in Cornwall, video


This 30 May 2018 video from Cornwall says about itself:

My Garden Birds – European and British Garden Bird Identification

The birds are eating sunflower hearts and crushed fat ball (NOT COCONUT)

0:01 – Male Bullfinch
0:10 – Male Chaffinch
0:20 – Blue Tit
0:30 – European Robin
0:38 – Female Bullfinch
0:47 – Great Tit
2: 29 – European Goldfinch
3:33 – Dunnock
4:04 – Juvenile Goldfinch
4:21 – Female Chaffinch
4:58 – Juvenile Bullfinch
5: 05 – Female House Sparrow
5:58 – Male House Sparrow
6:07 – Female Blackcap
12:57 – Male Blackcap
14:05 – Greenfinch

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Mistle thrush male and female


This video from Britain says about itself:

Mistle Thrush: Male and Female

The mistle thrush is is a pale, black-spotted thrush – large, aggressive and powerful. It stands boldly upright and bounds across the ground. In flight, it has long wings and its tail has whitish edges. It is most likely to be noticed perched high at the top of a tree, singing its fluty song or giving its rattling call in flight.

Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed in May 2018

Cornwall forest birds in slow motion


This video from Britain says about itself:

Beautiful Forest Birds Flying in Slow Motion

Beautiful forest birds flying in slow motion on and off their favourite feeding station.

Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall

Filmed on February 12th 2018

Featuring robins, coal tit and others.