Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Upton Warren...


We decided to work both sides of upton warren today, however, there wasnt exactly loads of birds about.

At the Moors pool, a shelduck was on show and a Reed Bunting shown very well from the hide.

At the Flashes, the 1st winter drk WIGEON remained, as did the Pink Footed Goose in the field to the north, 5 Oyc were piping from the back of the flash and 31 curlew roosted.Just as dusk was aproaching, a ringed BHG landed down in front of the hide with a leg ring reading 9F9 (white ring, right leg), i still await details on this bird, however i know the the bird has been seen twice at upton.

(Ringed BHG in centre of Pic)


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