Friday, 13 April 2018


Overcast and a bit misty, 8°, light SW.

Migration is still somewhat elusive locally, however a few are making it in and a change in the weather next week should see more of an influx and a bit of sunshine should see a few more insects.

2 Redshank present on the flooded field this morning before being flushed off by 2 Red Kite quartering the field.

2 Willow Warbler, both singing out at Lollingdon and 5 Chiffchaff and 5 Blackcap in total.

A Peregrine settled on one of the pylons briefly before flying off west, both Sparrowhawk and Kestrel seen.

Yellowhammer, Reed Bunting and Corn Bunting all present and a few Meadow Pipit out on the hill and a Jay heard.

2 Nuthatch in the garden this morning.

Mammals: Brown Hare, Muntjac Deer & Roe Deer.

Peregrine (above & below)

Jelly Ear Fungus on Elder
 2 Canada Geese may nest out at Lollingdon
Poser 😄

1 comment:

  1. Swallow back at M<anor Farm barns this afternoon, Willow Warbler singing at the school reserve yesterday.