Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Many Voyeurs arrive to see the mating habits of Rallus Aquaticus

Today the sun was shining as I made my way to Maple Lodge,so it was to the Rotunda running
all the way even.I was not first Dale Ayres and Jeff Chapman were wielding their hardware as I
joined them,no sign of the water rail today,however a pair or two Cetti's warbler showed at some
What got us excited was a pair of Green Woodpeckers feeding on the grass ,however they
were not interested in mating.
Numbers of reed buntings and robins and tits fed on the feeder,I stayed an hour before
speaking to Chris Bessant who had news of a Peregrine in Maple Cross

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