The Coniferous Coppice At Sedgley Beacon – I’m Enjoying My Alternative Lifestyle

It’s an enforced one, of course, due to becoming a furlough worker as the Coronavirus situation continues, but I’m appreciating my alternative lifestyle at the moment. More of that in the video below.

Out for my daily walk, this time although it was another one that took me to Sedgley Beacon, I focused the video on the coniferous coppice that is found on the north-east slope. It’s a small area on the Wolverhampton side.

As always, I took my binoculars, and birds seen were: lesser black-backed gull, magpie, house sparrow, starling, jay, long-tailed tit, great tit, carrion crow, common buzzard, blue tit, robin, goldcrest, chaffinch, dunnock, chiffchaff, kestrel.

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