Thursday, 28 January 2010


A late post. We decided to attempt the House Sparrows at the visitor centre on Sat 25th, with a net in the wardens garden. The sparrows have grown accustomed to sitting in the tall (trimmed) hedge from which they sally forth to various feeding areas.

The resulting catch amounted to 7 "sparras" - 3 of the Hedge variety (or Dunnock) and 4 of the common or garden (House) Sparrow, split evenly between the sexes.

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