Thursday, 2 June 2016


It was a few hours surveying in glorious morning sunshine in Cumbria again for me today; not as far north as yesterday, but in the Penrith area. It was a touch breezy but within the tolerances for surveying, although sadly some of the newly planted woodland that I am surveying is presently a touch quiet on the bird front.

Some of these newly planted woodlands are used as foraging areas for scrub/grassland species and Pied Wagtails have been present in all of them, and this morning was no exception.

 Pied Wagtail

Tomorrow morning I'm surveying in the shadow of the mighty Blencathra so I'm looking forward to that. 

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