Friday, 3 June 2016

Birding the Neolithic

I suppose my blog title is a little bit misleading, as I wasn't truly birding the neolithic, but my survey site this morning was in spitting distance of Castlerigg Stone Circle and after I had completed it I reacquainted myself with this amazing place!

 Castlerigg Stone Circle above and below

Once again my survey was very quiet and it is hardly worth mentioning the Willow Warblers, Lesser Redpolls, Skylark, Song Thrush, Mistle Thrush and Cuckoo that I recorded. Well perhaps except for the Cuckoo!

The weather is looking okay for tomorrow and with a morning tide I'll have a last gasp sea watch and check of any passage waders at the Obs.

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