Sunday, 27 February 2011


Over the last three years I have had two records of Siskin in the garden. The first, two years ago was a single male briefly eating cake on the birdtable and the second a flyover this winter. Imagine my delight when I had two yesterday on the feeders, both males. One was quite heavily marked and bright whilst the second less so - I'm guessing adult and 2nd CY.

I will finish the norfolk report tonight...


Paler bird

Brighter bird. Apologies for dodgy photo - not in the ideal place for photos.

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