Friday, 22 August 2014

Harrington Friday morning


A circuit around Harrington Airfield this morning was pleasant with a warmish autumnal breeze and lazy sunshine.

A Meadow Pipit was likely to have been a migrant and no doubt the precursor to the usual large movements in most autumns of this species through the county.

Small numbers of common warblers were busy in the bushes and an elusive Redstart was on the old airstrip in bushes between the second and third bunkers. Up to eight Red Kites patrolled the skies and the two Ravens enjoyed a little skirmish with a couple of them.


Neil M
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