At last the wind had dropped for my walk this afternoon, making it feel alot warmer. I visited the tree nursery, Migrant Alley and the wet ditch along the NW boundary. GREENWOODPECKER, STOCKDOVE, DUNNOCK and CHAFFINCH were all that was seen in the nursery, I checked the small drainage pool for damselflies, but only Large Red was seen, I also saw a Great Crested Newt come up for air, then dive back down again.
Over at Migrant Alley, I was very surprised to yet again see a MEDITERRANEAN GULL, just for a minute or so. It was feeding on the seedling Maize field, but flew of when a tractor arrived to put on some Nitrate. SKYLARK, LINNET, STARLING, ROOK, JACKDAW and PIED WAGTAIL were around the sheep pasture and horse paddocks, and HOUSE MARTIN, SWALLOW and SWIFT were feeding in the sky above. One of the PEREGRINES flew over, as did a LAPWING and as I made my way to the wet ditch, a KESTREL flew across.
I photographed some kind of a spider having lunch, and checked out the Damselflies, but the same species as yesterday were found, it's still quite early to find anything different. Thats about it for today, short and sweet!
Above a Cock LINNET showed off his bright plumage, and below is the Kestrel that flew across the wet ditch.