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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Remembering the summer

                                    Plenty Willow Warblers about




                                  Stonechats bred well

                                        Whitethroat
                                       Juv Wheatear
                                   Juv Common Sandpiper
                                Breeding success for Whitethroat
             Unusually a Willow Warbler was at Fly Flatts
                                     Linnet on the Hill
                    Passing Soil Hill waders   Dunlin
                                         Ringed Plover
                                       An elusive Whinchat
                                      A good year for Stonechat.

Just summat to look at on a cold wet and windy Halloween.

Only thing of interest today was a report from a local customer saying one of the Tawny Owls from the summer has returned to his garden. Will try for a pic or two at the weekend.
BS

3 comments:

Derby Tup said...

Brian, that juv Common Sand is simply fantastic

Brian Sumner . said...

Thanks for that, its the first one Ive seen at that age.

Ken said...

brilliant pictures Brian, inspirational