Friday, 19 February 2016

Attingham Park NT - Shropshire

The other week we drove over to Attingham to have a look at the Snowdrops and have a walk around the estate. The Snowdrops were magnificent and my photos really don't do them justice:

Of course wandering around there were some birds about, the highlight probably being Treecreepers,
there were plent of Pheasant about too.
Up in the Deer Park we came across a flock of Redwing, that gave us good views, but wouldn't let me get close enough for a decent photo, although this one hung around for a few seconds longer than the rest,
of course there were Deer in the Deer Park as well,
So all in all a very enjoyable walk, that also included, Jay, Mute Swan, Wren, Mallard, Chaffinch, Blackbird, Great & Blue Tit, Nuthatch and plenty of Corvids. We heard a Great Spotted Woodpecker, but never saw it.

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