Picture of Jackdaw in Yorkshire. This is a small, black crow with a distinctive silvery sheen to the back of its head. The pale eyes are also noticeable. The jackdaw call is a familiar hard ‘tchack’ from which it gets its name. It will commonly nest in chimneys, buildings, rock crevices and tree holes.
I was eating a bacon butty and enjoying a coffee in the sunshine a day or so back when I noticed a Jackdaw nearby. I tempted this beautiful bird down with a small share of my lunch and I was more then happy to spare it. I have taken a small break from the blog mostly due my recently terrible connection and I was busy with something else but now I am back.