Friday, 29 March 2013

Masey Waxwings

Yesterday's Goosander seemed to have done a bunk overnight thus pleasing me that this was a genuine wild bird.

Alan located the 10+ Waxwings that Peter had seen the previous day, though being harder to find as these birds are feeding high up in poplar trees munching on the fresh buds so proving a tad elusive than you would normally find this species.

A Green Sandpiper along the stream was late wintering bird.

Barking Bay was quiet this morning bar a pair of Common Scoter (site year tick) and are probably the same pair that have been seen at several sites along the river.

3rd record for me at the mighty masey.

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