Winter Birding

Hi everyone! Today I visited Warnham Local Nature Reserve in Horsham, West Sussex. It was such a cold day that the lake had frozen there. Surprisingly for this time of year there were not many birds around the feeding stations as there normally is in winter. Also the Siskins and Redpolls have still not returned back there, which is probably because of the mild autumn. This time last year there were many Siskins and Redpolls and the odd Brambling.

I saw 50 Black-Headed Gull, 55 Herring Gull, 3 Cormorant, 8 Mallard, 5 Robin, 20 Blue Tit, 10 Great Tit, a Coal Tit and 2 Long-Tailed Tits.


A cold, frosty morning

Male Reed Bunting
Blackbird
Flock of Black-headed and Herring Gull


Blue Tit

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