Monday, August 18, 2014

Walthamstow Reservoirs

Cool and breezy with the occasional light shower.  A quick peek into Walthamstow Marshes held very little apart from two juvenile Kestrel and a couple of Common Whitethroat.

A bit more on offer at the reservoirs with 250+ Common Swift swirling around No.4/5 and Coppermill Waterworks as well as 100+ House Martin and 50+ Sand Martin.  A flighty juvenile Yellow Wagtail appeared on the causeway between No.4 and 5.

On East Warwick, a juvenile Green Woodpecker flew from the bank, a Goldcrest called from the bushes alongside Coppermill Lane, and Blackcap, Common Whitethroat, Reed Warbler, and a singing Cetti's Warbler were all present.

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