Sunday afternoon I watched my first flock of Robins of
the year kicking over the leaves in the only bare
patch of ground. A pair of Tufted Titmice were having
quite a set-to in their midst. After they all left
the Broad-winged Hawk arrived. Probably the juvenile
from last year, now a handsome adult, as it landed on
the exact same hanging maple branch. It rested for
half an hour then took off through the woods.
Shelagh Smith in Leicester.
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