Monday, September 21, 2015

Waterworks

Quiet on the passerine front but still a bit of interest with two Siskin, one of which sat in the tree that has been loyal to chats and flycatchers in recent days.

A Peregrine flew onto one of the pylons, and a single Meadow Pipit flew north.  A female Shoveler swam across Bay 13.  One of Cetti's Warbler called from the reeds, and a flock of seven Mistle Thrush were feeding against the fenceline.  A small cloud of Sand and House Martin flew over as the gloom set in, with at least 70 in total.

This worn Red Underwing sat on the wooden shelf by the hides.



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