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Monday, March 03, 2014

3rd March

Bushy Park

A glorious start to the day saw me counting the number of pathways the crisscross the Skylark breeding area in the eastern corner of the park. While here I encountered several male Reed Buntings taking up territories as well as a few Meadow Pipits and at least 7 Skylarks. After this I stopped off at the Canal Plantation and still no sight nor sound of a Lesser Spotted Woodpecker.

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The first brood of the year in Bushy Park

2 comments:

glen mcdonal Writer said...

l haven't seen a good male Reed Bunting for a while...Lovely to see so many in Bushy Park.
And congratulations on your and Sally's 32 years.

Tony Duckett said...

And even more buntings but not that coloured up