A female Red Cheeked Starling in the bushes along the river this afternoon. The young have left the nests and large noisy groups of them were everywhere.
I have no idea where they find these cherries, someone's garden is being pilfered I guess.
I didn't get any decent shots of juveniles, they were all hidden in the undergrowth. The adults were more co-operative however.
So now the slow time is approaching. Most birds will stop singing soon and concentrate on raising their young. From about the second week in July there won't be much to see or photograph until the waders start to pass through in mid August. A Night Heron or two on the river perhaps but that's about all....................
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