Even though I am out looking for OPM caterpillars virtually all day it is surprising how few birds of interest turn up, today was no different.
Shelduck: a pair flew west over the Stock Yard.
Swift: there has been good numbers feeding above or close to the Stock Yard first thing in the mornings this week.
Cetti’s Warbler: still singing, several times he was in scrub by the Longford River opposite Dukes Head Passage.
Reed Warbler: 4 males singing from the reed beds.
Chiffchaff: a family feeding along Dukes Head Passage.
This one left the early to soon and can only fly for short distances.