Sunday, 11 March 2018

Tanybwlch this morning

John and I both had the same idea this morning, though neither of us managed to find a Wheatear.  The regular Chough, 5H was still around; see posts of 7th and 20th January for details of this bird.
Still 15 Lapwings, 13 Oystercatchers, a Redshank and a Dunlin on the flooded field, though not surprisingly many of the birds which gathered here in the recent hard weather have moved on.
This Red Kite was feeding on what I suppose was one of the victims of the cold spell.