Tag: crows

03/03/18. Beneath the Carpinus in snowy Stapleton Wood.

It was our big snowy weekend and I set off into Stapleton wood to listen to the birds in the early morning.  But the wind was quite high, and perhaps because of the snow cover and cold the birds were not so evident. Instead I was treated to the sound of the twigs and branches ...

08/03/18. Canada Geese at Titley Pool

Listening to the dawn chorus at Titley Pool yesterday morning. A cold and windy morning with quick and short showers of snowy rain.  Lots of birds present; some more noisy than others.  The canada geese particularly active with their lengthy chattering before flying off in small groups.  But lots of others too including pheasant, crows, ...

14/5/17 Burfa Bog dawn chorus

14/5/17 Dawn Chorus at Burfa Bog

25/2/18. Dawn chorus at Gilfach.

A very cold late winter morning at Gilfach. All natural sounds this morning; no cars, no planes (I think).   First, the Marteg river as it rushes to join the nearby Wye.   One day I hope to see the salmon make their run up this river; I was unlucky this past year.  Then the ...

13/01/18 Winter’s dawn chorus of ravens, owls, crows and buzzards at Stapleton Wood.

I went to sit in the wood on a cold January morning from 7:15-8:15am to listen to the activity in the bleak midwinter.   It was fascinating and beautiful.  I have included some fragments from that session here. The ravens were first on the scene, croaking their way across the sky; seemingly often in pairs. ...