Another beautiful Autumn day, but sadly I couldn't spend as much time out birding as I wanted due to the mundane chores of shopping, housework etc !!
My birding centred around walking the dogs. Although quiet for passerines today Harrington did provide Osprey, juv Marsh Harrier, 2 Red Kites, Hobby and 2 Turtle Doves.
The fields below HH which were alive with birds yesterday were lifeless, such a contrast. But the 4 Whinchat remain faithful to "their" chosen field.
Tomorrow evening the Northamptonshire Bird Club will be meeting after their summer break. It promises to be an excellent talk from Richard Chandler about "Endemic Waders and other birds in New Zealand". Everyone is welcome, old faces and new faces. Venue as usual, Moulton Village Hall, Pound Land, Moulton. 7.30pm for a 8pm start. See you there !