Thursday, 20 October 2011

Another Autumn Morning

There was a keen edge to the NW wind as I walked through the reserve in bright sunshine
passing through the Alders I noticed a mixed flock of passerines containing a number of Siskins.
They were avidly feeding and would not keep still,from the Teal hide a single Snipe obliged.
So I walked to Long Hedge where higher numbers of Redwings fed with Blackbirds in the scrub
near or on the ground.
From the hide I viewed 6 Common Snipe and 2 Green Sandpiper,Black headed gulls and Jays in
flight.Finally a male Great Spotted Woodpecker on a dead tree against an azure sky.

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