Not a great deal else to report from my morning walk, A MISTLETHRUSH was on one of the paddocks at Migrant Alley, collecting food, on the sheep pasture the GREYLAG GEESE, CANADA GEESE and feral BARNACLE GOOSE were feeding contentedly, they were joined by 3 HERRING GULLS and 2 LESSER BLACK BACKED GULLS as I watched them.
The best of the College Grounds was seeing the SPOTTED FLYCATCHER, plus a smart male BULLFINCH, the LITTLE OWL was in its usual place at the Greenhouse Grounds, as was the KESTREL.
|HOUSE SPARROW at the College Stables|
|Pied Wagtail at the College Grounds|
|Broad Bodied Chaser|
|Four Spotted Chaser. A good find here, they don't get recorded every year :-)|
Walking back home with a camera full of demoiselle images, I added HOUSE MARTIN (55) to the months list when four flew over the sheep pasture. More sunshine tomorrow apparently, Summer is here at last!