Monday, 7 April 2014

Red is the colour of summer!


Still plenty of small birds coming down to the seed at Harrington Airfield today, but only one Brambling was noted.

The Red-necked Grebe was again present off the valve tower at the dam of Pitsford Reservoir at lunch-time today.  The bird is now progressing well in to summer plumage.  The Green Sandpiper was on floodwater still below the dam and three Swallows and seven Sand Martins were spiraling around in the strong breeze.

Ravens were noted at Lamport, Maidwell and Kelmarsh today, probably amounting to four birds in total.


Neil M
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