Previously "Diary of a Birding Medic"

Previously "Rugby Birder"

Thursday, 30 June 2011

A Warwickshire Churchyard - Napton on the Hill


Guardian of the church - Wood Pigeon


A pleasant couple of hours spent this morning in a very pleasant, peaceful Warwickshire churchyard.


Spotted Flycatcher









Song Thrush

Nuthatch (on the church roof)

6 comments:

John said...

Hi Kevin,
What is it with Spotted Flycatchers and churchyards?! The only reliable ones here are in a churchyard! Must be the peace and quiet!
J
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Kevin Groocock said...

I think you may be right, John.

ShySongbird said...

Lovely photos of the little Spotty Fly Kevin, I must go hunting in churchyards! Love that Song Thrush too.

Kevin Groocock said...

Cheers, Jan. The good things about old churchyards are the peace and the wide variety of birds that appear if you just sit and wait. Spot Flys seem to enjoy these habitats. If your in the area, have a look at Napton - its a magical place.

Max Silverman said...

I am jealous Kevin I haven't seen one this year.

Kevin Groocock said...

Plenty of time yet, Max. Glad you eventually got one at Berkswell.