Surrey365; Day 94. A bite of the cherry.
Or rather, a peck of the cherry. The fruiting of my neighbour’s cherry tree is a very busy (and noisy!) time in the garden. A variety of birds come to feast, mainly corvids. Crows, rooks, magpies and jackdaws fill the branches, fill their bellies and fill the air with their strident calls. They’re joined by birds big and small, from blackbirds and starlings down to tits and sparrows. Here are some rooks and jackdaws sharing the spoils.