Plenty of birds to keep us on our toes today with 30 Waxwings and ten Redwings in the woodland reminding us of cold winters days and a Little Ringed Plover (LRP) and three superb Garganey telling of northward migration from sub-Saharan Africa. A couple of Buzzard drifted over and the female Hen Harrier was seen once again. A dashing male Merlin over the centre rounded up a very good day. Great stuff.
Garganey and Buzzard by Dave Morrison
LRP and Waxwing by Mark Hart
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