Thursday, 13 May 2021

Patch Joy



Yellow Wagtail

Wood Sandpiper

I came across this beauty at East Chevington today. Obviously it wasn't on the main pools. It was in a small flooded area of the dunes with no cover. I approached the bird and instead of flying off it continued to feed.

When I returned an hour later it was still there. I saw a group c7 birders in the hide so informed them of its presence. I think they were almost as happy as I  was to see such a splendid wader close up.

St Mark's Flies

Stonechat (ad male)

On the same day I saw the Whinchat I also noticed the first Stonechat fledglings.

Wall Brown

No words necessary!


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