Monday, 16 September 2013

A view from the weekend

Wandering around Glanton on Saturday morning there had been a definite increase in the numbers of chiffchaffs, willow warblers and blackcaps. There are broods of both swallows and house martins still to fledge.
The afternoon was spent in Berwick. There were at least 56 goosander roosting at the mouth of the Tweed. A painted lady was feeding on budlia in Devon Terrace. The highlighted was a juvenile curlew sandpiper feeding with dunlin, redshank and ringed plover on Little Beach.

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