Thursday, August 13, 2015

Walthamstow Reservoirs

Arriving mid-afternoon on Lockwood as the first phase of storms had past, there was much optimism in connecting with something displaced as a result of the lively weather.

Limited rewards were a single Lapwing that had settled on the shoreline before taking off high before heading south.  Three Common Sandpiper were down in number from previous days, and my first Green Sandpiper of the autumn was seen feeding along the relief channel at the north-end of Lockwood.  There were also two Shoveler on the northside, and a juvenile Greater Black Backed Gull flew in.

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