Apr 022011
 

A day spent observing some spring jewels, namely Red-necked Grebe & Black-necked Grebe. These birds are truly stunning in their summer plumage. So rare to see Red-necked Grebe in full regalia. Black-necked Grebes are more common in their summer attire. This Red-necked Grebe has returned to this area of Yorkshire for its seventh year. Also seen during the day were numerous Chiffchaff & Sand Martin; small numbers of Little-ringed Plover, a single Green Sandpiper and a single Holly Blue & Peacock.

Year List moves on to 152.

PHOTOSBelow 1, 2 & 3 – Red-necked Grebe – Hatfield Moors, South Yorkshire – 2nd April 2011Below 4, 5 & 6 – Black-necked Grebe – Hatfiled Moors, South Yorkshire – 2nd April 201

 

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