This page is for photographs of wildlife I’ve seen at Marsh Flatts Farm.
There’s one Red-Legged Partridge who thinks he owns the place and seems to like perching on the highest points of the derelict outbuildings and announcing his presence. RSPB information page is here.
This woodpecker is only an occasional visitor – once every few months or so – but the distinctive drumming sound gives it away. RSPB information page is here.
This pheasant also thinks he owns the place. RSPB information page is here. As of August 2015 he’s often accompanied by a female.
Spotted a flock of Fieldfares tucking into the bumper crop of Hawthorn berries in mid November. RSPB information page is here.
Not Yet Photographed
- Goldfinch – a particular fan of the seeds in the teasel heads
- Green Woodpecker
- Rabbit – only by the gate to Aston Lane, not near the house
- Common Buzzard