20th April 2014 – Lytchett Bay   2 comments

The exact moment that I uploaded my last post I received a text from local birder Ian Ballam to say that he had seen a Little RInged Plovers and three Yellow Wagtails at Lytchett Bay. As both are scarce migrants down the Bay I hurried down in the hope they would still be there. As I am in blogging mode I thought a short post script would be in order.

The Little Ringed Plover was on view but it was into the sun and quite distant but the Yellow Wagtails were showing well on what has been nicknamed ‘Folly Pond’, which didn’t seem so much of a folly now.

 

 

 

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Also around the pond were a large number of Swallows and House Martins, the Swallow in the picture below was preening on an overhead wire.

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Posted April 20, 2014 by gryllosblog in Uncategorized

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2 responses to “20th April 2014 – Lytchett Bay

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