Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sunday 14th September

Not much doing today....a very quick wander around the east and west scrub at New Hythe just obscured views of a Water Vole, a Common Lizard, 2 Slow Worm to show for it. Later in the day up to Holly Hill for half an hour. Foolishly I'd left my camera at home so no pics. A few butterflies despite it being late PM - Small Heath, a female Common Blue and Small White. I looked for Adder in my usual spot here but again nothing (well 7 Slow Worm!) Also up here a Nuthatch and Green Woodpecker.

Around home today there was definitely some bird movement - 20+ Mistle Thrush, a few Coal Tits, and small flocks of Greenfinch and Goldfinch as well as small parties of Swallow were all passing through.

4 Comments:

At 6:53 pm, Blogger Greenie said...

Steve ,
Two days on the trot , must feel like old times .
I was at the bridge 1015-1215 ish .
Perhaps next time .

 
At 7:40 am, Blogger IndianWildlifeClub said...

Found your blog through google alerts. Just nice to meet someone who is as passionate about wildlife as I am.

 
At 4:07 pm, Blogger Anna Simpson said...

Congratulations on the Slow Worm, they are always a treat to see. Well done.
The last time I saw a Water Vole was a couple of months back on a Geography trip to Lathkill Dale, it was soon scared off when everyone started screaming.

 
At 8:01 am, Blogger Kate said...

"Not much...well, 7 slow worms" ! You are spoilt, young Steve. :-)

Glad to hear you're still seeing water voles.

 

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