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Tag Archives: starling
You’ve probably seen a murmuration before. You might not have known that’s what is was, but I’m sure you have seen one anyway. It’s a term usually used to describe the antics of Starlings as they wheel around in large … Continue reading
I’ve started to take a keen interest in the local weather maps. Those with the moving graphics where you can track the clouds, the rain and if you’re lucky, the sun. Now that the temperatures have started to rise it … Continue reading
After what seemed ages, and probably was – the birds have finally decided that yes they perhaps would like to have a try of that glut of food hanging up in the feeders in the garden. It’s been a bit of … Continue reading
It’s been the coldest few days so far this autumn (or should that be winter now?) with temperatures down to well below freezing recently (-4.9C!). So why is there interest in the nestbox? What have I seen, and heard in … Continue reading
Cast your mind back to last weekend, when I left you on tenterhooks wondering if the female Starling would ever find Mr Right.. Well, things looked up on Monday!