Tuesday, 12 May 2020

More Lockdown Images

Hello

A sharp frost this morning and cool overnight as forecast, but the wind strength was thankfully much less than the previous two days.

A Great White Egret was in the Scaldwell Bay at Pitsford Reservoir this morning as was a Spotted Flycatcher. The dam was the feeding area for two Common Sandpipers and plenty of wagtails including some juvenile Pied Wagtails which fledged last week.

Clifford Hill Pits this afternoon held singles of Common Sandpiper, Little Ringed Plover, Oystercatcher, Little Egret and a lingering drake Wigeon, all on the main barrage flood relief pit.

Elsewhere and a Spotted Flyctacher was along the Brampton Valley Way at Draughton Crossing and there were Ravens at Hanging Houghton and near Lamport and a Kingfisher again along the brook below Hanging Houghton.


Regards

Neil M


Blakbird
Blackbird.
                                                                   
House Sparrow.





Starlings
Starlings.

Woodpigeon
Woodpigeon.

All images courtesy of
Robin Gossage from his garden
 during lockdown.


                                                                    
                                              



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