Nesting Greylag

Saturday, April 3rd 2010

It's been a cold, cold day here. No rain - but no sunshine either!

This Greylag Goose, nesting in the scrapes, was keeping her eggs nice and warm this afternoon.

Greylag Goose

Other sightings today include: a tiny Goldcrest seen flitting though the willows around the field centre, Roe Deer near the lake, Great-spotted and Green Woodpeckers, Reed Bunting and Bullfinch in the back garden and Grey Heron and Mallard at the lake.

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