Great tit and a blue tit at the feeder.
Female Goosander on the severn river.
on a dash after a fish. not only do they fish under water
Female Mute swan foraging in the roots of the willow
- red admiral on my front window cill.
macro of the red admiral
A rather tatty red admiral on the newly planted Pansies in the Robert Owen gardens
Great tit on the feeder
Blue tit the cap reminds me of the time I was in Israel watching the jews praying against the whaling wall in the city of Jerusalem.
Magpie .Pica Pica.
Herring gull flying off one of the St David church towers
THE ROBIN MUCH PREFERES SCRAPING IN THE GARDEN LOOKING FOR CENTEPEDES AND SMALL WORMS.
Centipede (Geophilomorpha: Geophilidae) and the difference between Centepede and a Millipede.
Millipedes are arthropods that have two pairs of legs per segment (except for the first segment behind the head which does not have any appendages at all