Thursday, 27 November 2014

27/11/204 - Patch Walk - Newton St Loe

Date: 27/11/2014
Location: Patch Walk 
Brook was running fast so no Kingfisher today but start of dog track Chiffchaff posed for a picture then he was off ! 

Squirrels around 4 in small wooded bit were busy collecting nuts, not much else up byway to cross roads where usual Buzzard was being mobbed my a single Magpie. On lower fields by Globe pub there was around 150 Black Headed Gulls. Into Village bare.Into Church yard Redwing, Mistle Thrush, Goldcrest a group of around 20 birds feeding in trees.

Mistle Thrush

Redwing,Thats Why !

Out to Lakes Little Owl present more Goldcrest 3 Grey Herons, Kingfisher and the Teal are back 12 birds on Top Lake. Headed back through village saw some Meadow Pipits on the Swallow wire. Almost back and a little Goldcrest showed a few times bad light but nice to see bird in open ! and still !

Amazingly Yellow Feet !

Weather: 8c, Cloudy, No Wind

Other Species: Chiffchaff, Buzzard, Redwing, Coal Tit, Mistle Thrush, Kestrel, Jay, Goldcrest, Collared Dove, Kingfisher, Meadow Pipit, Teal.

Thanks For Looking !

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