Thursday, 6 June 2013
Woodpeckers nesting over bluebells
Woodpeckers might not be the rarest but they are star performers, brightening our bird table. When they fly off, hurdling through the branches, this is where they go to, stopping en route for a beak full of insects to feed the bleating chicks. With a carpet of bluebells beneath and birdsong all around the moment is close to perfect.