Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Beddington Farmlands Early Spring

A few pics from last few days:
 Great Crested Grebes displaying
 Male Teal
Male Blackcap
 First-winter Med Gull
 Second-summer Med Gull (black markings in the primary tips)- gulls are on the move at the moment
 White-winger - any idea which species?
 Colt's Foot flowering on mound (also known as son before father as the flowers appear before the leaves)
 Lesser Celendine - another early flowering wild plant
Buff-tailed? Bumblebee- a few bees are already out. 

Quakers- named because of the colours that members of the religious group Quakers used to wear

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