Tonight I should be at the Cornwall Wildlife Trust camera club but workload ended that, I am finding it difficult to dedicate time to my hobby lately,due to a frustrating back problem and work, so while Bob Sharples was photographing a Northern Harrier I was photographing garden birds hunched over my camera in the kitchen grumbling about back pain.The usual influx of overwintering Blackbirds brought a few to my garden feeding on the Cotoneaster. Also whilst the birds are feeding, the ever watch-full Sparrowhawk was eyeing up it's dinner from the neighbours roof.
A pair of Siskins back on the feeders. 20th Feb 2017 - Male Siskin Our first siskins for the winter at the feeders. Only grab shots through the double glazing but pleased to see them again. Female Siskin
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