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Thursday, July 13, 2006

13th July




Green Sanpiper: 1 flew east at 5.55am. At one point it looked as if it was going to come down, in the end it carried on.
Common Tern: 2 birds were present from 6.00am until early afternoon, when the lake became to busy.
Reed Bunting: still present in area 25.
Kestrel: The young are looking eager, maybe they'll fledge in the morning.

3 comments:

Debbie Pledge said...

Tony.
I'm not sure whether you meant 1pm on Thursday or Friday! I check the blog once a day, late afternoon. So I'm writing this late on Thursday after reading your message. Sorry if you did mean today because I was still eating my lunch then! I will be there at 1pm on Friday with fingers crossed because it would be great to have a look round.
Debbie

Castlehaven said...

Female Peregrine spotted just to the south of Lords flying/hunting between the high flats to the S of the ground c1500 today.

Also, there seem to be a small colony of House Martins in/around the Gilbey Building on Jamestown Road, which to my memory is new...

Debbie Pledge said...

Tony. Thanks so much for showing me around. I have often wondered what goes on inside the Centre. On my way back I stopped to look at the feeders by the first blue bridge. A sparrowhawk was perched there. Very still, offering great views.