Thursday, August 20, 2015

Walthamstow Marshes

The highlight of a lone adult Swallow flying low south over the Marshes was symptomatic of the lack of migrants this morning.  The overnight rain did nothing to down excitable numbers of passerines with four Willow Warbler seen on the northside (three singers), and two Lesser Whitethroat along the concrete fenceline between the paddocks and the path.

There were a handful of common warblers in the scrub and hirundines over but nothing more to raise the pulse.

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