Bullfinch, Snipe, Brambling

Firle Street in the snow, outside the Ram

My sightings yesterday in Firle included a Nuthatch on our garden fence (locally common, but I don’t remember seeing one *in* the garden before), and a Bullfinch sounding more depressed than usual.


On a trek to Middle Farm, Paul S flushed three Common Snipe from the stream beside Heighton Street, and had a Brambling over.

2 thoughts on “Bullfinch, Snipe, Brambling

  1. Hi Charlie
    I have hung some nuts and a coconut feeder outside my classroom window. We are regularly getting a visit from a nuthatch as well as blue, great and coal tits. Also get visits from robin, sparrows and goldfinch. I’m looking at the possibility of rigging up a camera with a live feed to the website.

  2. Thanks Suzie – would be nice to get a live feed up. There really aren’t many Coal Tits in Firle, so they’re a really good one to get visiting the feeder.

    A lot of people around Sussex seeing Snipe and Woodcock – I wonder if one’s ever turned up in the school grounds…?

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