Calling all twitchers: bird life on Kelston Roundhill

One thing we don’t know well is the bird life on the Roundhill. So we’re grateful to environmentalist David Goode for sending us this list of birds he observed during the Quaker day of quiet.

House Martin
Green Woodpecker
and possibly Tree Sparrow

We could hear the deep croaks of ravens , the twittering of swallows and song of robins as we sat in the barn.

Very glad to hear anytime from any bird-watchers with other species spotted, or any bird photos.

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