Wednesday, 27 April 2016

I spent a cold windy day with wintry showers at Dunge yesterday, where we struggled to find much that was new. However my first Swifts of the year were over the ARC Pit and the New Diggings in the morning, and good numbers of all three Hirundine species were around the RSPB Reserve all day. At the patch 300 Common Terns made an impressive sight. A couple of Chiffchaffs in the trapping area were the only other migrants seen.
Common Tern


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