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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Birds of a Feather Primrose Hill Community Woodland

Walking through Bath in February, the visitor is treated to a multiplicity of birds and their songs. Near a bird feeding area in the Primrose Hill Community Woodland, a blackbird (top left), robin (bottom left) and bullfinch (bottom right) have gathered.

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Hanging upside down on one of the feeders at the Primrose Hill Community Woodland, a blue tit (left) is observed by its near relative, the great tit (right). Both of these birds are common visitors to bird-tables.

Birds of a Feather Primrose Hill Community Woodland
Spotted high up in a nearby tree at the Primrose Hill Community Woodland, a chaffinch appears to puff out its breast.

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Primrose Hill Community Woodland is easily accessible from either Lansdown Road or Weston Village (where it connects to the Cotswold Way) in Bath.

Primrose Hill Community Woodland Map

© 2011 John Westby

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