Thursday, 5 May 2016

small postscript

Thanks to lord Angus for an excellent roundup. And now the weather has dried up so to some extent have the birds. Wandering round the mid and north sections has only produced a singing sedge warbler 100 yds north of aldersly junction in the canal scrub and a stunning lesser whitethroat on the western border showing down to 10 yds. Interestingly both birds were accompanied by a willow warbler.  At the moment only a single common whitethroat seems to have set up territory in barley field, as usual in new corner.

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