Sunday, 5 March 2017


Britain's smallest bird and is commonly found throughout most of Britain. It is more easily seen hunting for insects in the winter months. In the summer it can be observed in gardens where they nest in a wide variety of Conifer Trees. The suspended nest is made of moss, lichen and spider's webs, and lined with hairs and feathers. There are normally two broods a year.

Goldcrest perched on the side of a Conifer Tree at the end of my garden, where it nested.

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