Monday, 25 February 2013

24th to 25th February

The 24th was a quiet day, although a Jack Snipe flushed from the unlikely location of Ty Nesaf pines mid-morning was perhaps the highlight of the day. The Firecrest showed well on both days, along with the usual six Goldcrests. Also on the 24th, five Snipe were flushed from the lowlands, where a Redwing and seven Song Thrushes were also seen. Very little of note was present on the 25th, other than the pair of Sparrowhawks seen devouring a Blackbird in Cristin Withy.

The male Firecrest showed well on both days
Only the second Jack Snipe of the year
Many Dunnocks are singing at the moment

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