Sunday, 1 May 2016

More from yesterday...


Some more birds from yesterday (Saturday) with Cathy Ryden seeing an Osprey and a Lesser Whitethroat in addition to Common Sandpiper and Yellow Wagtail at Ravensthorpe Reservoir, and Jacob Spinks noting a couple of Siskins at Pitsford Reservoir still plus six Yellow Wagtails and 15+ Common Terns mostly around the tern rafts in the Scaldwell Bay. Hopefully a couple of singing Sedge Warblers around the Scaldwell Meadow will stay to breed...

This morning's (Sunday) wander at Harrington Airfield was good for a pair of Grey Partridge, four Wheatears, two singing Lesser Whitethroats and a pair of prospecting Lapwing.


Neil M

Yellow Wagtail
Ravensthorpe Reservoir
Courtesy of Cathy Ryden.

Common Tern
Courtesy of Jacob Spinks

A rather long-billed and
rangy Dunlin photographed
at Pitsford Reservoir
yesterday by Jacob Spinks.
Maybe the race 'alpina'?

Definitely one of my
favourite mammals, a
Brown Hare at Harrington
Airfield this morning.

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