Monday, 26 May 2014

Suffolk - Day 3

Another early start saw us heading to a heath, where we were soon onto our target Dartford Warbler. We saw at least 4 birds today, with at least 3 of them singing. One was colour-ringed. While watching the Warblers I looked up to see the distinctive shape of a Spoonbill flying over north. A nice addition to my self found list. Also at the reserve were Woodlark, 2 Stonechats, a Marsh Harrier and a couple of Hairy Dragonflies.

Dartford Warbler



Hairy Dragonfly record shot

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