Hethersett Birdlife

It has been another seven days of #30Dayswild and as I anticipated they have been very busy and whilst I have ensured some relatively random wild time I have started to loose track of what happened on which days.

One of my favourites this week came courtesy of the Wymondham Lizards Facebook site Those in the know will understand that the lizard is not reptilian but a precious patch of wildmeadow on the edge of a growing town. The expansion and specifically earthworking as preparation for encroaching houses has lead to a temporary treat worth seeing.

DSC_0004.JPG The Lizard and its temporary sea of Red

Whilst making the most of a sunny lunchtime to grab some poppy shots I was treated to a variety of singing birds. Blackcaps and whitethroats were the most common with an occasional crow or magpie bustling their way through the hedges perhaps in hope of robbing…

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