A Nature Walk Around Turls Hill, Sedgley

Although we are quite limited as far as freedom of movement is concerned, we aren’t on total lockdown yet, and part of the government’s guidance is that we can go out for a daily walk.

On a bright, sunny day I set off for Turls Hill, which is a couple of minutes from where I live. The area has featured in blog entries before and you can find those via the search engine towards the base of this page.

You can see some of the area, and its natural beauty, in the video below. There were lots of lesser celandine and wood anemone in bloom and I captured those on film.

The birds seen, in order of appearance, were: magpie, nuthatch, blue tit, great tit, goldfinch, carrion crow, common buzzard, long tailed tit, robin, house sparrow, coal tit, chaffinch, dunnock, blackbird, wren, collared dove and chiffchaff. View my 2020 bird list

 

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𝓢𝓽𝓮𝔀𝓪𝓻𝓽 𝓑𝓵𝓸𝓸𝓻

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