Thursday, 30 March 2017

Baddesley Clinton NT

On Mothers Day we took ourselves off to the National Trust property at Baddesley Clinton for the afternoon, the primary goal being an NT cream tea!

Of course we took the bins and camera just in case, we didn't have loads of time so we had a walk around the gardens and the short nature walk, stopping for an obligatory coffee on one of the many benches. Being Mothers Day you can imagine it was fairly busy so we didn't expect much, but a couple of Goldcrest showed briefly in the Yew trees, followed just a minute later by a Treecreeper,
not bad, we continued our walk around one of the pools and two Nuthatch showed, both coming down onto the path,

After that it was just the usual suspects, there were a couple of Canada Geese on the pool, Mallard, Moorhen. Blackbird, Robin and Chaffinch were about,
The other stars today were the Daffodils,

Last but not least a Pied Wagtail put in an appearance while we were having our cream tea.

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