Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Walthamstow Reservoirs

Much like yesterday but a much cooler feel in the air with a brisk south-westerly.  The three Common Scoter remained on Lockwood, as for the drake with that bright yellow bill, they do look dapper.

Elsewhere there was a minimum of six Common Sandpiper, a Willow Warbler flew through the treeline on the eastern side, a Kingfisher shot off low over Low Maynard, and two Swift were seen flying low over the Banbury.

The relief channel looks great for a wader or two at the top of Lockwood but drew a blank today.

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