Ashridge walk and more garden bird watching

(Entry copied from WAB blog)

This morning I walked for 2-3 hours around the woods of the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate. I saw my first few bluebells in flower. The highlight of the walk was a Treecreeper, which very obligingly posed for me while I took its photo.


I saw a few Muntjac deer, but strangely no Fallow deer at all. When I did this walk a few weeks ago, I saw four different groups of Fallow deer, and it is most unusual for me to do a lengthy walk around Ashridge without seeing any at all.

Muntjac Deer

In the afternoon I did a bit more bird watching in the garden. The siskin I saw yesterday was back, and I got a nice photo of a starling.


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