Friday, 23 August 2013

Red-necked Phal on KGV

Well over due for me and I think for a number of London Lister's this fine Red-necked Phalarope graced the mighty KGV reservoir which is just a fifteen minute journey for me, where this small arctic wanderer on its way south to warmer climates bobbed about like a little clock work toy, and was easily flushed by a passing Common tern or bhg it was always on the go, often moving towards the middle of the reservoir.

This site also held two Black Tern which were my first for the year.


Thanks to Bradders for access to site.

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