It's that time of year again when I can easily observe and photograph the Nuthatch.
Such a privilege to see these colourful little characters.
Of course I do see them at other times, but there is one location in woodland adjacent to the parkland that I walk, where they come down from the trees and feed on the ground and a tree stump. They will eat seeds, peanuts and bread and fill their beaks at each repetitive visit and return high up in the trees to eat and or store the food.
On this occasion I observed two of this species along with a number of Great Tits, Blue Tits, Coal Tits and a Robin.
The rest of the year it is usually the case that if I search high up in the larger trees I can see them through binoculars and their call can be heard all the time.