Kestrel hovering or flying to a hovering spot as it watched for prey on Doxey Marshes.
Moss, pale grean feathery leaves with darker green feathery fronds towering up higher. Growing on a section of the top of the churchyard wall at Worfield.
A group of five oystercatchers on the shingle bank nearest the main hide at Doxey Marshes recently.
Wallflower, growing on a wall. It was around eye level on Castle Walk, Bridgnorth.
Robin standing boldly on the canal furnishings on the edge of Wightwick Mill Lock.
Tiny insects half-hidden on the dandelions they are gathering pollen from.
A pair of swans building a nest in the reeds on the margin of Angler’s Pool, Perton.
Mare’s tails, for many gardeners a least favourite plant. These were not yet open to resemble a miniature forest of Christmas trees three inches high.
The first ducklings I’ve spotted in 2019: five of them along with both parent birds. The young ones looked like they had hatched the previous day.
On the canal at Compton. As soon as they noticed me, the adults swam directly towards me, leading the ducklings.
Greater stitchwort flowers among tangles of stickweed, growing by the canal towpath at Castlecroft.
Swan on marshy ground by the River Sow on Doxey Marshes Nature Reserve, having a careful look around.
Lady’s smock flowers on Doxey Marshes. The plant is one of the preferred foods of orange tip butterflies. There was one nearby when I took these pictures. It was fluttering just in front of me for some time but headed off, flying fast, as soon as I reached for my camera.