Friday, 10 April 2015

W but no WW

I've been out early every morning this week before the torment starts always accompanied by the glorious sounds of bird display Snipe, Lapwing, Curlew, even one Redshank and territorial song Wren, Song Thrush, Linnet, Greenfinch, Dunnock and Robins who occasionally have added a descending note on the end sounding like Willow Warbler but that species remains absent. 
This Goldcrest was giving it what for this morning
This male Wheatear on Monday / Tuesday was the only notable migrant until I got close to home this morning when my first Swallow was seen hawking over the back gardens. Bring on the warblers!

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