Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Pitsford am


A breezy and cool wander at Pitsford Res this morning nevertheless confirmed the continuing presence of quite a number of interesting birds.  The Green Sandpiper remains on the floodwater in the horse field below the dam, the Great Northern Diver was again present close to The Holly Tree as was a drake Scaup and a pair of Smew.  Half a dozen Siskins and 2-3 Redshank were mobile south of the causeway and a male Peregrine was also covering a large area.  Scanning north of the causeway provided 2-3 Great White Egrets, the 3 Black Swans still and a Redshank.


Eleanor and Neil
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