I have been wanting to head out to Brandon Marsh for a couple of years now, but never quite getting the chance, but with a UK wildlife photography competition looming that would only take recent work it seemed like a good time to pop along. Brandon Marsh is the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s headquarters and it really is very nice indeed. There are some flat pleasant walks around the lakes that are mostly not too muddy and an abundance of wildlife, 230 species of birds have been recorded as well as Muntjack deer hiding in the largest reed bed in Warwickshire and otters, badgers and bats to name but a few. The light was beautifulas we wandered around, and in parts there were still signs of a hard frost overnight. The grasses just so beautiful towering above me. We were lucky enough to meet this friendly robin and carried on with out walk, When we met the friendliest robin I ever did meet. He was very keen, so I said to hubby, put your finger out, see what he does. And this lovely robin would have landed in the palm of his hand had hubby had a mealworm about his person. We had such a good time chatting away to him. And he seemed to enjoy it too.
Unfortunately we were booked up for the afternoon so made plans to come back very soon.