Goodness what a time.
It has been a little while since the last entry to the Blog, and it has been a real busy period indeed, flitting around some wonderful places north and south with dare I admit it a Twitch! so between Burton Mere, Leighton Moss Strawberry Banks and north Wales it was hectic to say the least.
So what on earth was achieved with this frenetic rush around? I shall show you with a little blurd for each picture. and even might have do a part two to ensure you get the full monty!
A blast from the past that never got blogged.
The Red-footed Falcon
How I missed it out I don't know.
And so to start with some of the earlier periods of the month.
Avocet at Woodlane Shropshire, and it was a one day wonder thankfully it was got.
The Buff-breasted Sandpiper at Burton Mere Cheshire
A fantastic find which thankfully stayed for the masses, A first in the UK for me so I was welled pleased to say the least.
As the following one or two might attest to !
A stunning little wader indeed.
Female Common Redstart
Elan Valley was the next port of call for some really nice close encounters with some nice birds and a fantastic pasty Mmmmm!
The Spotted Flycatcher. these birds were not long on site and busy searching out partners and nest sites in the woods opposite the Visitor centre
I thought I would have do the Part 1 and 2 scenario this time round so as to ensure you get the full picture, so keep an eye out for part two in the next few days..
Keywords: Anglesey, Black, Buff-breasted Sandpiper, Cemlyn, Coast, Flycatcher, Redstart, Sandwich, Sea, Tern, White, migration, whitethroat
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