Tag Archives: blackbird

4.15 am start

The alarm went off this morning at 4.15am, was it worth the effort? No doubt about it – about 3 birds started shortly afterwards, at a guess a robin, blue tit and blackbird. The sound was the most peaceful, soft … Continue reading

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Up with the lark

I’m getting used to this early rising routine – not sure why I don’t do it more often. There is something magical about just being still and watching the light slowly creep across the sky, listening to the birds greet … Continue reading

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‘Oh to be in England’

Robert Browning was right, nothing better than a early morning spring walk in England – cool, still, sunny; stopping to listen to a blackbird serenade, watching a fox trot by, and a thrush dart into a hedge. Oh, to be … Continue reading

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