Monday, 12 March 2012

A Plod In The Sun

In glorious spring weather very little of note today. Yestersdays Stonechat was still singing but had now moved to the power station perimeter fence. The sea was very quiet with nothing moving, even the Glaucous Gull eluded me today. On the New Diggings the Great White Egret with 2 Little Egrets and 1 red head Smew.
At the ARC still plenty of the common wildfowl, 2 singing Chiffchaffs, several Cetti's Warblers and 4 Marsh Harriers displaying high over the Tower Pits.
On the reserve a Snow Goose(unknown origin) flew over the car park and settled on Burrowes Pit for a few minutes before moving off east.
From Dennis's Hide the Long-tailed Duck and 48 Bar-tailed Godwits. A Great White Egret was at Christmas Dell, 5 Marsh Harriers and a Common Buzzard were high over Hookers Pit. 

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