of the Kingfisher
caught at Pitsford
courtesy of Cathy Ryden
A Brambling and a Grey Wagtail were at Hanging Houghton today with a pair of Stonechat in the Brampton Valley below the village and another pair in the southern-most field of Blueberry Farm.
Harlestone Heath is subject of a great deal of forestry work at the moment but finches there today included eight Bramblings, about forty Siskins, four mobile redpoll sp and two Crossbills by the railway line.
A visit to Naseby Reservoir this afternoon produced an adult Caspian Gull on the water's edge eating a dead carp, a Green Sandpiper and a Grey Wagtail.
Eight Waxwings were in bushes where the bird hide used to be at Brixworth Country Park at 3.30pm, although they did seem fidgety...
|Supermoon over Pitsford|
afternoon courtesy of