In this episode we discuss a question from a listener, and you get to hear us swear in excitement about another significant discovery.
The sparrowhawk nestcam I mentioned is here.
And here are photos of some interesting and beautiful things found recently…
Woodcock remains in the Sorrel Woods:
Fresh guts and fur, plucked from (we guess) a vole, eaten by a sparrowhawk in Sorrel Woods:
How new the Wood-sorrel looked on our first visit (21st April):
How it looked when we went back (11th May) – still tasted OK though!:
An almost whole but plumed thrush, left by a sparrowhawk on a ruined wall in the Mossy Woods (24th April):
The active nest in Sorrel Woods (two-thirds of the way up the central tree in the picture):
Through Anya’s binoculars: