A few pics taken by Alex Lees of todays Reed Warbler found by Dave Roberts…. Continue reading Dec 31st Reed Warbler !
I nipped over to Marston today hoping for some better views of the Water Rails. I bypassed the hide and headed up to the gate and saw Dave in the distance, one eyed glued on the reeds and another on … Continue reading Last Marston visit of the year
Well, just one last look around the patch today. I was hoping for one more bird to add to the tally for the year. (Last year 117 sp. This year 116). I was thinking along the lines of a siskin … Continue reading Marston reed warbler, 31/12/2014
Another walk around Fillingham Lake…. I had pondered going somewhere else on Sunday, however the day was going to be bathed in glorious sunshine and I couldn’t resist familiar ground with the hope of getting some better images of the … Continue reading A Sunny Sunday.
After a shaky start due to Asthma and chest infection combo I finally got to Marston at midday, a bit later than I would have liked on such a beautiful Winters morning but Hey ho ! After pulling up along … Continue reading Marston Magic
Made the short trip to Helpringham fen and was surprised to find hardly any snow on the ground here, unlike home. I’d never birded here before, but it will certainly be on my radar from now on. Wide open farmland, … Continue reading Helpringham rough-leg.
Lincolnshire’s premier water rail site continues it’s form. The Marston birds had been very difficult to observe owing to the very dense vegetation. It was a much changed scene this morning though, the heavy dollop of snow that came down on boxing … Continue reading Rail show
Merry Christmas to each and every one of you , thanks for the continued support , let’s build on it even further in the New Year !! Best wishes Trev Continue reading Merry Christmas
I have been lurking around in the weeds for a while now and thought it was about time I made a contribution to the group. Mostly, … Continue reading The last few days at Fillingham Lake
I managed an hour at Marston with the sole aim of seeing if I could better my past shots of the birds there this winter mainly looking out for male birds. I am pretty sure I saw 2 separate male … Continue reading An Hour with Marston Stonechats