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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Leeshaw/ Fly Flatts

                1 of 3 juv Pied Wagtails
               Well hidden in the ploughed field
                     Little Owl on guard duty
                    Meadow Pipit feeding young
  Lapwings not happy with the presence of a Pheasant

                                       2 of 6 Oystercatchers

                                      Singing Wren
                                            Canadas grazing

A misty wet start to the morning brightening as it went on.
Leeshaw was as usual buzzing with birds but nothing out of the ordinary other that a quick sighting of CKs White Wagtail.
Fly Flatts was poor with 1 Stonechat and the usual Canadas etc
Raggalds Flood held 1pr Mallard + usual sp.

Leeshaw
Sev House Martins
Swifts
Swallows
6 Oystercatchers
1 Little Owl
1 White Wagtail
1pr Pied Wagtail + 3 juvs
1 Grey Wagtail
1 Wren
+ usual Curlews, Lapwings, Linnets and Mipits
BS

1 comment:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

Some really great shots Brian.
Love the lapwing.

(And the dancing - well it's phenomenal have you thought about strictly?)