6th December 2020 – Eastville Park, Bristol

We thought we would take an early-ish walk to Eastville Park before the crowds arrived but clearly we were’t early enough and, as the park soon became quite congested, we limited the time we spent there.

We were rewarded with a good view of a kingfisher on the River Frome but I’m sorry to say I was much too slow to get a shot.

Black-headed gull testing the water

There were three grey herons on the lake and lots of cormorants. On a small brook that feeds into the River Frome there were several birds taking a bath, including a song thrush which I haven’t seen in the park for a while.

Song thrush taking a bath in Fishponds Brook
Blue tit also taking advantage of the amenities
The grey wagtail wasn’t so sure about getting wet

The sun didn’t last long in the park and neither did we.

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