Tag Archives: Deadwater

Down on the ground

Ground level trail camera with Jays, Robins, Blackbirds, Pigeons and Grey Squirrel.


Bushnell Natureview Essential HD Camera 119839 Tree Strap Included 12 MP Low Glow Technology, Green, Regular


Early spring birding

A Lovely morning in the Deadwater Valley Trust Bordon Inclosure yesterday morning with a definite feel of spring in the air, I was almost never out of earshot of a drumming woodpecker or a singing treecreeper. I also saw two Roe Deer a Red Kite, 2 Sparrow Hawk, Bullfinch, 20 Redwing and 25 Siskins among the more common woodland birds. I managed a couple of nice Treecreeper pictures as well as these pictures of Marsh Tit. By far the rarer of the five Tit species, the others are mostly easy to see in the area. Marsh Tit probably only breed here in small numbers perhaps 2-4 pairs so is was nice to see this bird so well, down by the river where the inclosure meets Alexandra Park.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II Digital SLR Camera – Black