Wednesday, 6 March 2013

It's Round-up Time Purdners.

Been flitting about all over recently and these are a few of the birds I recall on my local travels.
Longcot a Little Owl atop an electric or perhaps it was a telephone pole. Kestrels, Kites, Buzzards and a couple of Sparrowhawks at different locations.
The plastic Whooper are now showing closer to the Buscot Lake Bridge. A pair of Siskins were good birds for my Stanford garden this morning and several Mistle Thrush are putting in an appearance.
Large flocks of Wood Pigeon are feeding on Oil Seed Rape plants all over the county.
At Baulking Fullers Earth Pit many duck including around sixty Tufted, fifty Pochard and a similar number of Wigeon.
Graceful,plastic and noisy Whoopers

One of a pair of Stock Doves Stanford.

A pair of Siskin Stanford.

Baulking Fullers Earth Pit.


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