Monday, 20 April 2009

Beddington 200409

A light north-easterly and sunshine meant an ideal day for raptor watching. The gents logged 23 Common Buzzards before I arrived but I was compensated with a Red Kite at 1800 hours heading northwest. A few Swallows moving through (Dodge logged 40+ through the day) and two Wheatears on new digs.
A couple of Gadwall prospecting on Hundred Acre. For some reason lots of Greenfinch are holding territories.

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