Had a trip to Langton Lakes today, not been for a little while. There were geese, and tufted ducks, and geese, and about 6-8 Great Crested Grebes, geese, a posse of cormorants, geese, a couple of darters, geese 3 red admiral, a comma and some geese.
Plus youngsters hitching a ride
an "I'm not sure" duck
A beautifully refreshed robin looking pristine
There were also a number of Great, Blue and Marsh Tit, Goldfinch, and Chaffinch also looking pristine which was nice to see
Some sort of sandpiper (so I was told by a chap in the hide)
And with a Snipe (as I was also told)
Common (probably) Darter
A comma at the top of a tree
Cormorant being magnificent
And then being less so when his mate comes to visit
A not quite red Red Admiral
A little singy birdie
And did I mention there were geese?
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In reply to WendyBartter:
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
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In reply to TeeJay:
Thanks Tony. picked a good week to be off work I think!! Off to Brighton tomorrow til Friday, so not sure what we'll see there.
TeeJay said:Good to a see a Snipe out in the open
It was only out for maybe 30 seconds before retreating to the reeds
In reply to HAZY:
Lot to learn
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