Monday, 20 May 2019

Lollingdon

Sunny spells, 19°, light NNW.

Another quiet day out at Lollingdon, a Lesser Whitethroat heard singing on the way out a 3 Raven (2&1) over the hill plus and unknown number of Swift. Heard but too high to see. A Kestrel hunting over the hill and a pair of Reed Bunting, 3-4 Yellowhammer and several Corn Bunting also present.

Quite a few Skylark in song today, was serenaded all the way out and back. 

Mammals: Short-tailed Vole.

Reps: 3 Common Lizard.

Butterflies: Few around, Brimstone, Green-veined White, Large White, Orange Tip, Red Admiral, Small Tortoiseshell and Peacock.

Yellowhammer
Lollingdon Swallows
With plastic in the environment as a hot topic.This found just dumped along the path at Lollingdon. Take it back with you!!!!!!

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