Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Cassiobury Park 30-11-17

I conducted a patrol of mainly the wooded area following the river and then the Grand Union Canal until I reached the bird hide. Fortunately the feeders had been replenished recently so many passerines were busily feeding. Below the feeders a pair of Ring-necked Pheasant were picking off the spilt grain with the hen bird giving very close views. I didn't notice at the time but the bill of this bird was slightly deformed with an extra upper bill seemingly present.

Above in the Alders a small feeding party of Siskin were noted and I managed to get a few half decent pics of a male bird.

No comments:

Post a Comment