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Jul 252021
 
A Twitch to Anglesey

An American Elegant Tern was discovered at the tern colony at Cemlyn Bay, Anglesey during early July 2021. I had seen Elegant Tern before, at Church Norton, Pagham Harbour, West Sussex, back in June 2017. Views were very distant and brief, as the bird kept disappearing into thick vegetation. However, this bird was much more […]

Jul 182021
 
Just Local Stuff

A few photos of local birds around Staunton Harold and Willington Gravel Pits. Common Sandpiper; Common Tern; female Mallard & Duckling; Great White Egret & Little Egret; Reed Warbler; Common Sandpiper; Common Tern; Grey Heron & Little Egret. 

 Posted by at 9:08 pm
Jun 272021
 
Further June Highlights

On the 6th June some stunning flowers at Staunton Harold – Ragged Robin; Southern Marsh-orchid; Common Spotted Orchid; Bush Vetch, Lesser Stitchwort and Common Vetch. Bird wise in recent days been very quiet. A Red Kite flew over the reservoir on 11th June and there was an obvious westerly movement of Common Swift with 40 […]

 Posted by at 3:20 pm
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