Wednesday, 19 December 2018

A quiet day...


Birds at Hanging Houghton today included three Bramblings in our garden and others heard calling below the village in the Brampton Valley. A Raven was heard too.

Efforts at locating the Ring-necked Duck at Pitsford Reservoir today didn't pay off but presumably it is still there somewhere! Other birds noted included the adult Bewick's Swan, the eleven Whooper Swans and a drake Smew all north of the causeway, courtesy of Jacob.

Harrington Airfield seemed quiet this afternoon and has been for some time...just resident species and winter thrushes are the current norm.


Neil M


Mute and Whooper Swan.

Whooper Swans.


All recent images from
Pitsford Reservoir courtesy
of Robin Gossage.

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