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Greenfinches

Greenfinches both squabbling and chilling.

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Greenfinch In Flight

A couple of shots of a Greenfinch in flight.

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Early spring – common and garden birds

Here are a few shots of various birds that I have been waiting to post, but which have been forgotten about due to the vast amounts of pictures waiting to be published on my hard drive .  Amongst the shots below are greenfinch, great tit and a solitary wren.  Enjoy!

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College Lake – Wildlife

College lake is a former chalk quarry in Tring, Buckinghamshire, which the Wildlife Trust has fairly recently made a conservation area.  Entrance is free although you are requested to make a recommended £3 donation to use the car park which is not obligatory.  A two to three mile walk arount its perimeter makes for a great leisurely stroll and gives the opportunity to stop at one of its many hides to observe the wildlife.  So, despite disappointing skies and less than ideal photography conditions (and a hangover), this is how I spent my bank holiday Sunday afternoon.  Link:  http://www.bbowt.org.uk/college-lake-environmental-education-centre

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