Dalry Cemetery, one of the cemeteries we visit on our #DailyExercise is at the moment full of fledgling birds! We haven't seen the young sparrowhawks yet (though I think we'll hear them before we see them, they are very noisy around fledging time). Yesterday we were almost surrounded by fledging birds, great tits on one side and wrens on the other. Crafty Green Boyfriend was able to get these amazing photos of some of the wrens
There were several more young wrens fluttering around in the undergrowth!
They are so cute!
Great photos! I spent an afternoon last week with a biology professor checking out bird rookeries on our island--his area or interest are heron and we have a lot (I never knew there were so many varieties of these birds).
Awww....so sweet. My favourite part of Spring is the birdsong.
Lovely to see these amazing photographs.
All the best Jan
I love to se that row of wrens. We have them but they are rarely seen. And I have never seen a young one. Thanks for sharing.
Such lovely photos!
Karen - they're incredibly cute, you're right!
Sage - that sounds interesting, Edinburgh has it's own heron rookery, which is amazing to watch, but we can't get there in lockdown
Spirit of Simplicity - i love birdsong too, so beautiful
Podo, Lowcarb, Rabbits' Guy, Birgitta - thanks
Nature Footstep - we've seen more young birds in this cemetery than almost anywhere!
Such cutie pies. Heart melting pics of these fledgling wrens. I would have gone crazy with joy and my camera had I been there .....
How sweet..I wish them long lives and happy flights....
Hi Monika - it was amazing to watch them, they really are cutie pies as you say!
Rambling Woods - I hope they have good lives too, they're certainly in a good habitat
Oh wonderful! I love seeing these.
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