Jul 292012
 
A Late Summers Day at Frampton - 29th July 2012

Another day spent at Frampton Marsh, near Boston, Lincolnshire, one of the RSPB’s finest reserves.     Only an hour or so drive from home and a place I really enjoy visiting. The reserve always has great potential and you never know what you might find here. A recent White-rumped Sandpiper and a good variety […]

Dec 042011
 
A "peep" in Norfolk - Sunday, 4th December 2011

  2011 has been one of the best  years in memory to see American Waders in Britain.     At least 17 species had been seen up to 28th November. The only species not found at this time was Western Sandpiper. So it was inevitable that one would be discovered somewhere!. Cley  NWT Reserve was […]

Jul 302011
 
Waders Galore at Blacktoft - 31st July 2011

Eleven species of wader were on view at the RSPB Reserve at Blacktoft Sands this morning, including the very rare Marsh Sandpiper. The bird had been present in the area for nearly three weeks and so it was about time we came to see it. Plenty of superb Black-tailed Godwit and 18 Spotted Redshank along […]

Jun 052011
 
Willington GP- early summer - A morning local birding - 5th June 2011

    Early morning at the DWT reserve at Willington Gravel Pits produced just 8 Black-tailed Godwit of note.     They very quickly departed after about an hours stay, heading off west.  The first gatherings of young Blue & Great Tits were noticeable in the hedgerows. Still a variety of common warblers singing. A […]

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