and occasionally rides a bike.
A word of warning. The walk descriptions are not detailed enough to guide you - please take a map. The batteries never run out, and you always have a signal. Oh, And don't take left or right as gospel!

Monday, October 19, 2015

Autumnal walk at Fineshade

A short walk on Sunday Oct 18th. 

At the feeders there were plenty of tits - mainly bluetits and coal tits with great tits and one willow or marsh tit. We saw a jay flying into the trees. 


Simon Douglas Thompson said...

Lovely colours this autumn for you too. THese deep red leaves about (cherry?) have been so vivid.

aliqot said...

We have some wonderful colours, Simon. I just hope they're not all going to be blown off the trees too quickly!

Ida Jones said...

Lovely study of beautiful autumn leaves, Alison - and how lucky to see all those birds.

aliqot said...

It was quieter than on some occasions - we used to see woodpeckers regualr from that hide, but they haven't been in evidence recently.
Lovely autumn colours in spite of dull skies though!

Roy Norris said...

Is there much of Autumn to see in the trees Alison. Unfortunately I am missing the change of leaves at Fineshade this year.

aliqot said...

Some of the trees - maples and sycamore - have been lovely. I fear the recent wind and rain will make short work of them, now. But roadside trees near Corby, Stamford and Peterborough, I believe too, have put on a grand show.