Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Black Terns!

First thing this morning from the screen hide, still 2 Garganey and 4 Common Snipe of note, along with several 100s of Sand Martins and a few Swifts over the lake. At the pines just a couple of Sedge Warblers and a Great Spotted Woodpecker. From Hanson still large numbers of common wildfowl and Reed Warbler still singing. At the south end a Wood Sandpiper and a Common Sandpiper,
At The Patch a moulting adult Black Tern, c100 Common Terns with the 100s of Black-headed Gulls. Behind the hide a Willow Warbler, a Sedge Warbler and a Black Redstart.
On Burrowes Pit a juvenile Black Tern, 3 Common Sandpipers, 2 Dunlin, 2+ Marsh Harriers, a Peregrine and a Sandwich Tern through.  
Juvenile Black Tern at Burrowes

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