Sunday, 25 March 2012

Good morning BST

A rather early start in the hope that the high pressure may have led to a migrant or two accidently falling out of the sky and landing near Cuddesdon. Rest assured migrant lovers, that no birds were injured in the making of this blog post. Or indeed, even sighted. There were however astounding numbers (for Cuddesdon) of Linnets in the hedgerows, including a flock of 25 together. Otherwise there were more mammals than birds, a total of 8 Roe Deer and 3 Hares:

There were some signs of Spring bursting forth,  some Chestnut buds...

...and this fine male sang from a tall Oak. Yellow throat, yellow belly and undertail coverts with white marking on the tail. Must be a male Hooded Warbler:

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