Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Ham Wall

Hello all,
Hopefully there will be some more on this (and photos!) but...
At the weekend, I spent a morning at Ham Wall. The bird of the day was unquestionably two Kingfisher at the Avalon Hide-a new species for me! Although my photo can be, at best, described as a record shot, it was a great sighting!
Great White Egret could be classed as Common, with four (a very low number for HamWall) seen throughout the morning. Two Cetti's Warbler sang from a bush at us, and a Great Spotted Woodpecker was seen in the same place as the nest last time. Four buzzard were nice editions, and Water Rails were calling. Gadwall and two Kestrels provided two more species, as did coot and moorhen. To finish off, 30+ Red Admiral and three Comma were on some ivy, as was a Painted Lady and a mystery bird...
George

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