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Living of the wild bird

 Because there is waterside environment of the natural forest and Lake Nakatsugawa, Miyagase leading to Tanzawa, as for the Aikawa Park, a wild bird and the waterside to finish in the mountainous district can observe a wild bird to finish through the four seasons. About these main wild birds, I publish it by a photograph and the commentary that I took in Aikawa Park sequentially. (Sakamoto Kengo)
 
※By "the living of the wild bird," I convey "the living of the wild bird" and charm of "nature" of the Aikawa Park by the contribution of Ken Sakamoto five people who are a specialist in bird-watching.
 
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Friend kestrel of the falcon

2019-11-01
It is October and is seen well on a dam. In female kestrels, I catch the small animal including the insect and eat.
The kestrel which stops on the telephone pole
The kestrel which stops on the telephone pole
The kestrel which stops on the telephone pole
The kestrel which stops on the telephone pole
A kestrel and black kite
A kestrel and black kite
The kestrel which has an insect with a foot
The kestrel which flies on a dam

The wild bird which enlivens Aikawa Park in autumn

2019-11-01
Male (dam bottom) of the dancing isobrown-eared bulbul
Female (stone hut dam) of the isobrown-eared bulbul
Female (dam bottom) of a female and the mallard of the close mandarin duck
Males of the mandarin duck (stone hut dam)
Heron (stone hut dam) which takes a rest
Heron (stone hut dam) which flies in the water

Wild birds coming to a cherry tree of the Aikawa Park

2019-04-22
The cherry tree of the Aikawa Park already became the cherry tree with early leaves, but wild birds come to breathe the honey of the flower and a bush warbler stops and sings flourishingly and eats the insect which a cherry tree is accompanied by, and a cherry tree is the tree which is important for wild birds.
Japanese white-eye (cherry tree row of trees) which absorbs the honey of the flower
Japanese white-eye (cherry tree of the contact open space) which eats the insect which a cherry tree has
Japanese great tit (cherry tree of the contact open space) which perches on a cherry tree
Japanese great tit (cherry tree of the contact open space) which eats the insect which a cherry tree has
Bush warbler (cherry tree of the contact open space) which perches on a cherry tree
Bush warbler (cherry tree of the contact open space) which perches on a cherry tree
Bush warbler (cherry tree of the contact open space) which drags even with a cherry tree
Bush warbler (cherry tree of the contact open space) which perches on a cherry tree

Wild birds enlivening Aikawa Park in spring

2019-04-22
Varied tit (slope of the flower) in the fresh green
Academic harassment (contact open space) to walk the grass
Male (dam bottom) of the isobrown-eared bulbul which is busy with the territory declaration
Female (dam bottom) of the isobrown-eared bulbul which is busy with child care

The winter birds which are seen in an open space of the Aikawa Park

2019-02-08
This winter has very few wild birds, and the same tendency continues in the Aikawa Park.
I almost rarely see it other than the waterfowl (a waterfowl or common cormorant) even if I walk the garden, but still winter birds are seen around the Kazeno-oka Hill and the contact open space.
Dusky thrush (contact open space) of the this year winter bird with a little coming flying
Winter bird Japanese hawfinch (contact open space) that a bill is big, and a body is round
An Oriental greenfinch and one Japanese hawfinch (contact open space) which herd
Friendly dishwasher (contact open space) which walks about over a lawn
Japanese white-eye (Kazeno-oka Hill neighborhood) which eats a fruit of karasuzansho
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