Break not a branch, nor harm a tree – a video

 

Habitat is important for wildlife.  There are so many birds use this copse. Last night there was  one bird singing sweetly among the crows.

I like to think it was singing – 

‘BREAK NOT A BRANCH, NOR HARM A TREE ‘COS THIS LITTLE COPSE IS HOME TO ME. 

The scent and sound was soothing.

Apologies that there is only a fleeting view of this sweet singing bird – at about 38 seconds in the top right of the video.

Thanks for watching this.

As I said habitats for birds are important. They may seem boring to us,but they are life saving for birds and so much other wildlife.

I think it is a chaffinch?  Can someone confirm it is a chaffinch singing?

One thought on “Break not a branch, nor harm a tree – a video

  1. John

    How lovely to own an area like that and know that it will remain as it is for the wildlife to enjoy.

    I think the sound you have there Trish is the call of a Great Tit. If you go to British Garden Birds:

    http://www.garden-birds.co.uk/birds/greattit.htm

    and click on the recording of the call it seems the same as the one in your video and the fleeting glimpse seems to match the colouring of a great Tit as well.

    John

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