Saturday has arrived and its another beautiful sunny day. West Hartford is still providing some reasonable patch birding this morning, with one dunlin, ten lapwing, three imm stonechat, two kestrel, black-headed/herring/lesser black back and common gull.
A few barn swallow and house martin remain, and meadow pipit were inconspicious
Two common buzzard have taken a liking to the fields south of the River Blyth and subsequently are doing a good job of lifting most birds off the ever decreasing flash.
4 very distant geese flew north and were probably of the canadian variety as opposed to the pink-footed that have started to arrive back from their breeding grounds.