Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Another very quiet day. A slight rise in the number of Whitethroats and Sedge Warblers, to 12 and 15 respectively, was the only indication that any nocturnal passerine immigration had taken place. Two Spotted Flycatchers were still present, along with the Lesser Whitethroat, four Blackcaps, a Garden Warbler, eight Chiffchaffs and a dozen Willow Warblers. A Kestrel was at Nant, the Snipe was seen again and a second Bar-tailed Godwit joined the first bird in the Whimbrel flock.

A large Slow Worm was discovered in the observatory garden.

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