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Sunday, August 02, 2009

2nd July

Garganey: The drake is still present, it spends most of the time with the other waterfowl that are moulting at the far end of the lake in area 1.
Crossbill: Three birds were possibly perched in trees by the lake at 6.25 am before being flushed and flying off westwards calling excitedly
Garden Warbler: Four birds, one in area 26 and three in area 30.
Common Whitethroat: A juvenile was again in the old golf and tennis school, area 30.
Blackcap: Two in area 26 and two in area 29.
Willow Warbler: Three birds present, two in area 30.
Chiffchaff: One in area 29.
Sparrowhawk: Female over area 26.
House Martin: Twenty drinking from a puddle.
Goldfinch: At least eighteen birds feeding in area 30.

Common Whitethroat

Goldfinch juveniles above and below

This Wren appears to be putting his head down.

Migrant Hawker: My first photograph of a live specimen in the park

These Tree Lichen Beauties were caught in the moth trap yesterday

Brimstone Moth

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