|This is the only bird that posed today|
Anyway back to the birds such as they are, the GARDEN WARBLER was again singing just below the veg garden, a couple of MISTLE THRUSHES flew toward the lake and ones and twos of LINNETS were criss-crossing the fields. A CORMORANT flew south, while 3 HERRING GULLS flew north. I noted singles only of REED BUNTING and YELLOWHAMMER but they were in a flock of maybe 20 birds that held CHAFFINCHES, HOUSE SPARROWS, a couple of COMMON WHITETHROATS and a CHIFFCHAFF, all feeding at the edge of the wheat field.
In one sheltered spot I did find a Blue Tailed Damselfly and a Meadow Brown.
|A lone Poppy|
|Blue Tailed Damselfly|