Friday, 21 September 2012

Cholsey, 21st Sep

Cloudy, 17°, light NW.
Lollingdon hill held four Wheatear, two Redstart and two Chiffchaff today, but well spread out, one of the Redstart was making its way down the hedge to the south and moving away, last seen not far from the main road (A417) the other was on the north east side and difficult to see. The Wheatears were up by the high fence line on the top of the hill.
Several Meadow Pipit around, a couple of Buzzard over the hill and a few hundred gulls in a field nearby being ploughed and a few Swallow and House Martin passing through.

Two Wheatear on Cholsey hill.
A few hundred Lapwing in a field along the Hedred straight.

Red Admiral, Small Tortoiseshell and Small White on the wing.

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