Friday, 27 June 2014


 Mid morning the Glossy Ibis was in Hayfield 3 then flew over to the ARC and appeared to land near the Screen Hide. Met up with The Joker on the mound(He's threatened to buy a new joke book) where a couple of Marsh Harriers, a Bearded Tit, Reed Warblers, House Martins, 3 Swifts and Common Terns returning with food for there young on the rafts could be seen. From Dennis's hide a Little Ringed Plover on one of the visible bits of island. Early afternoon the Garganey was still present at the south end of the ARC among the all the Lapwing and other eclipse dabblers.
The young Swallows have left the nest in the Screen Hide but have only move to the other end of the hide. A very noisy family of Green Woodpeckers were at the back of the hide but very little else of note to be seen here.
A rather attractive L-album Wainscott in the Plodland trap last night.

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