Sunday, 29 July 2012
Saturday, 14 July 2012
A late morning - early afternoon potter up the coast with Mark produced a fair selection, given the time of year. First stop was Cresswell - a Pectoral Sandpiper had been found the day previously, and was still showing today, albeit on the northern edge of the north pool. Record shots only today, but I can't complain as I've had better Pecs' in the past.
Avocet still present at Cresswell along with yellow wagtail, and a bit further north, long-eared owl was only heard today. Marsh harrier were noted in a couple of localities,with both a male and female seen.
No sign of the apparently still present red backed shrike at East Chevington in "early spring" rather than "mid summer" conditions...
|Distant Pec Sand|
Sunday, 8 July 2012
Saturday, 7 July 2012
Second stop of the morning produced some nice prolonged views of long-eared owl, along with the sounds of hungary youngsters in a nearby plantation. A few images were obtained as the adult hovered near by, heres' a quick one off the camera card...