Sunday, May 8, 2016

Weeting Heath NWT

Just down the road is Weeting Heath NWT where three pairs of Stone Curlew are breeding with one pair viewable from the West Hide.

Reasonably distant, they were seen well through the scope and through the heat haze.  It was a warm day.


A walk round the paths produced two Turtle Dove that flew out of the woodland and back round before heading toward the farmhouses.  A really great bird, and now so localised, it was great to catch up with them.

A Spotted Flycatcher was seen in the woodland near to the visitor centre.




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