Its always a treat when swifts,swallows or house martins make a home in the eaves. I love to sit out on summer evenings and watch them swoop low over the garden snatching up insects for supper

Five hungry barn swallows.we have a nest like this on our front porch at…

British garden birds - wren

British garden birds - wren, such a tiny little bird. We sometimes see these in our garden.

What a fabulous shot!

Blue Tit - (Cyanistes caeruleus) Perched on Pulley to Drink from a Pool of Water, 2010 / Mark Hancox Bird Photography

A robin following me around in the garden hoping for some overturned soil that will give him a nice snack

British cousin of the American Robin. According to my British friend, Anita, they are "feisty wee beasties" ;D ----> I like the thought of painting wee beasties, maybe watercolor

Wren 17.3.12 Walking in Harden woods (near Bingley) with parents, it was hopping in the trees and then flew out and right into us, it had a right shock.  very sweet!

Wren Walking in Harden woods (near Bingley) with parents, it was hopping in the trees and then flew out and right into us, it had a right shock. very sweet!

Do you get Nuthatches in your garden? Don't forget to tell us when you do your #birdwatch this weekend if so!

One of my favourite woodland birds, and here's a fact if you see a bird going down a tree trunk it will be a nuthatch.

[Blue Tit (Cyanistes caeruleus)] I chose to Pin this image because it gives an insight into the form and colours of the Blue Tit from a different perspective.

The Blue Tit - Cyanistes caeruleus, is a small passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. This species is widespread and are common resident breeders throughout temperate and subarctic Europe and western Asia. Photo by Lyapustin Jura

Murmuration of Starlings

Thousands of Starlings coming into roost at Gretna, Dumfries & Galloway. This is known as a ' Starling murmuration' as the birds give an awesome display before sunset.

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