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Monday, 27 May 2013


I nipped to Tophill Low after work last Thursday, started at Watton Borrow Pits and worked back around to D Reservoir and North Marsh, highlights were a Temminck's Stint with two Common Sandpipers on Watton plus two Little Gulls dropped in to bathe, two pairs of Little Ringed Plover on South Marsh East plus an Osprey flew over and the Ring Necked Duck was still on D Reservoir plus masses of Hirundines and Swifts feeding low over the Reservoir and surrounding area on a pretty cold afternoon, as if the pressures from mankind weren't enough even the weather seems to be conspiring against our wildlife at the moment, apart from a Cuckoo singing, North Marsh was very quiet.
some Reed Warblers were posing nice

perfectly camouflaged

mating pair


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