Saw a nice few adders this morning at a mid-Lincs site, sunning themselves in the early spring sunshine. Also a slow-worm. ___________________________________________________________________ These bikers (below) spoilt the peace on Sun morning at Marston. Continue reading Adders
Whist I was away yesterday at Tring, Herts., Trev Lee came across a jack snipe at MSTW, (see previous posting). I had a look this morning, didn’t expect to find it in the cool north wind, not to mention some … Continue reading Away day = No jack for me, but…
The highlight of a good session at Marston this morning came in the form of a Jack Snipe which i really did almost trip over, it flew up from within a foot of my feet. In true Jack Snipe style … Continue reading Marston Patch Gold
Marston stw. 14/03/2015 06:45-0900 There is a fairly good selection of birds to be had at the mo, and a good walk around produced a patchtastic 52 birds. The most I’ve ever recorded in a day is 58, I think, … Continue reading 52 Species before breakfast.
I thought you may be interested to see the types of habitat the birds in my previous Thai post were seen in. The view from our hotel room was typical of the grounds and Chinese Pond Heron, Common Tailorbird, Brown … Continue reading Khao Lak Thailand – bird habitat
Got around to posting a few images from my recent holiday to Khao Lak, Thailand and what a holiday, great family time had and for me personally my best birding experience thus far, in Thailand and possibly anywhere. I saw … Continue reading Few pics from Thailand (Khao Lak) – well over 40!
7th Mar 2015. I was on my way back from a trip to Kirkby today when I got a text from Chris Grimshaw, he was watching a chiffchaff just outside the hide at Marston. It was still there when I … Continue reading First of the summer migrants?
The three shorelarks at Brickyard lane, Theddlethorpe showed well this afternoon. They were only a very short distance from the entrance to the beach, ranging from here to the shallow pools just to the north. First shorelarks I’ve seen for … Continue reading shorelarks