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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Blustery Fly Flatts

                                      Several Wheatears



                         2pr Stonechat

A real blustery morning at Fly Flatts making it difficult to walk on the west banking with a strong near gale force W>6-7 and some heavy drizzle showers.
The water was rough and quiet with just Mallards and Canadas and no shoreline showing.
2pr of Stonechat were a bonus along with 7 Wheatear
A check of the Raggalds Flood on the way there found nothing but 2 Redshank were present on the way back.

Fly Flatts
7 Wheatear
2pr Stonechat
11 Curlew
3 Redshank
2 Oystercatchers
3 Red Legged Partridge.
5 Swallow
No Common Sandpipers returned yet.
BS

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great to see Stonechat back in pairs.

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Lovely Stonechat pics.
I've yet to get one this year.
John