Tuesday, 20 October 2015

PC Bridle path

This afternoon's wander up the Prestwick Carr bridle path was enjoyable.
There were about a dozen Redwing making the best of the Hawthorn berry crop in the area of the old ruin.

A couple of Redpoll were nice to watch and as I neared the second gate  Mistle Thrush, Kestrel and Buzzard were seen

There were good numbers of Blackbird, Coal Tit, Blue Tit and Goldfinch all trying to make themselves scarce.
A single Small Tortoiseshell flew in the sunshine


Stewart said...

Were those done in the field Dick?

Citybirding said...

Stewart, I did some field pencil sketches but had to reinforce the Redwing sketch with some photo detail.