Monday, 12 March 2012

I walked around Holborough with Jeanette between 1300-1415.Although it was very quite,with only about twenty species being noted,it included three goodies.
A BITTERN (49) flew up from the edge of the reed bed and flew towards the river, a female STONECHAT (50) was seen and a little later a pair of PINTAIL (51) flew down the river towards Halling.
The mixed Thrush flock appears now to have moved on.


  1. Alan ,
    And what three goodies they were too .
    Nice one .

  2. Well done Alan. You've found some great birds there recently!

  3. Hi Phil,your next good bird has to be a Red Kite,keep up the good work.

  4. Hi Greenie,I need a Red Kite next,there are a few about.