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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

18th May

Whinchat: one on Gorse in area 29 before being flushed at 8.40am. It then hawked insects from the top of some Poplar trees(possibly the birds highest perch ever) before flying off.

Northern Wheatear(Greenland race): one on the open spaces at 9.25am, before some blind person with all the space in the world to walk in, chose to walk straight at the bird and flushed it.

Reed Warbler: six males singing, including one in the grounds of the American Ambassador.

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The female Little Owl put in an appearance this morning

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Bath time in the Wetland Pen 

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