Tuesday, 12 February 2013

A Tale of Two Mosses

Only working birding for me today I'm afraid. This morning I was towards the south of the county on Downholland Moss and had a few bits of pieces on some of the arable farmland including 50 Linnets, two Grey Pargridges, two Lapwings (a pair in suitable breeding habitat already), six Long-tailed Tits and 20 Fieldfares.

 The view from my office today

Spring Lambs

The second moss of the day was at my feeding station on Rawcliffe Moss. When I arrived the Tree Sparrows weren't at the feeding station in any numbers, but in the hedgerow across the field where they fly to when disturbed. Consequently I just had 30 Tree Sparrows and ten Chaffinches. On the way off I had the Little Owl in it's usual spot.

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