Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Wednesday 13th August

A quick wander around New Hythe between 9 and 9.45 with Felix in his pushchair - a brisk wind was blowing and sightings of any great interest were thin on the ground. I did hear one Cettis Warbler, see one Slow Worm, plenty of Gatekeeper and a few Meadow Brown and 2 Speckled Wood. A Migrant Hawker, Brown Hawker and a few Common Blue Damsels were the only Odonata seen.

Speckled Wood

Great Crested Grebe

Long Tailed Tit


At 3:46 pm, Blogger Warren Baker said...

Hi steve,
Like the L.T Tit shot. what a rubbish day weatherwise!

At 7:21 pm, Blogger Cheryl said...

Hi Steve....the photograph of the Long Tailed Tit is lovely.....for me so perfect....I really love those little birds, they are so pretty....

The morning wasn't bad here but the afternoon has been awful, the wind has been so strong.....

At 7:43 pm, Blogger Greenie said...

Steve ,
That Long Tailed Tit shot is superb .
Given that wind , you were lucky to see any insects on the wing .

At 10:19 pm, Blogger Simon said...

Super LTTit photo Steve.


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