Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Real Spring

Another stunning, blue sky day. An icy start, but 17c by mid afternoon, ideal. I didn't see a great deal, but it was superb to be out in the sun all day.

Started the day at Cresswell, where the Dowitcher was again showing well along with a couple of Avocet and a Little Egret. At Druridge 4 Ruff dropped in, with one in Summer plumage. At East Chevington a fly over Whimbrel was new for the year and 2 Otter were playing on the north pool.

Long-billed Dowitcher
An early afternoon trip to the Durham hills was perhaps badly timed, as nothing was singing, but I did manage a male Pied Flycatcher.

3 comments:

  1. Some absolutely stunning images of the LBD in your previous post Rob. It was a joy to see close up in that light.

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    1. Cheers John. It's great to see it like this and so close after 5 months as a grey dot in the distance.

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