Wednesday, 14 May 2014


 A wander around Scotney GP this morning in the glorious sunshine and just a light breeze was quite rewarding. 26 Avocets were seen, including some young from birds that nested on the main lake. 4 singing Corn Buntings, 8 Yellow Wagtails, 3 Egyptian Geese, 2 Common Buzzards, a Hobby, a Marsh Harrier, 3 Whimbrel, and 2 Black Winged Stilts that flew in from the Sussex end as I walked back down the concrete road.
 Corn Bunting Scotney.
Gives you an idea of where the Black Winged Stilts were.
A wander around the Hay fields found 4 Dunlin, a Greenshank, 2 Peregrines, 2 Hobbys a Marsh Harrier and 3 Bearded Tits of note.
5 Spotted Flycatchers were at the north end of the Long Pits per CT.

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