Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Slow trickle of single dunlins

Just singles of dunlin passing through at the moment, this one unwound, half opened one eye and immediately went back to sleep. Plenty of pied wagtail[15+] and meadow pipits[c30] feeding around the maergins this morning with the juv garganey still favouring the north west corner, usually with a juv teal. Also I picked up a spider species which appears to be a female Araneus quadratus, we used to get them at Llwyn-onn. Talking of which, kingfisher at both sides of north end this pm and a second report of an early morning 'owl' with long ears at dawn, RCT side of dam road, flies south when flushed.

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