Hello, here are the sightings from the book from OM today.
Wath Ings - 3 ringed plover, a redshank,a male wigeon, great crested grebe, a female teal, oystercatcher and a little grebe.
Wader Scrape - 6 avocet, a common tern, 4 ringed plover, 2 med gulls and 2 little ringed plover.
Of no fixed abode as the saying goes - a male cuckoo, a lesser whitethroat, 30+ tree sparrows, 6 sand martins and a bullfinch.
The bittern was heard booming and there was a common scoter on Manvers and a black necked grebe on Broomhill.
That's it, short and sweet unless you know of anything else.
Photos....thank you once again to all you photographers for sharing your photos.
From Bill W one of the little rabbits that are being seen around OM.
From Ian Butler, one of the southern marsh orchids that in now in flower around the reserve.
From John Sanderson, a coot nest building on Wath Ings.
From Ian U, a take off at Adwick!
From Richard Tadman... very apt for this week!
From me, from yesterday, a few photos.
A red mason bee.
And finally, 2 tiger crane flies mating...
Have a lovely Saturday evening :)
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