Last week we saw a bird that has had highs and lows. This week, a bird that is very much seeing a massive natural success, one of the most naturally widespread birds in the world. The Little Egret. Advertisements
I wrote about the black swan last week, but that is by no means the only story that’s unfolded over the past few weeks. Sudden surges, spring migrants, winter passers-by, and plenty of song. It has been busy.
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Tagged birds, chaffinch, goosander, Great crested grebe, Heron, heslington, hybrid, lake, pochard, treecreeper, university york, waterfowl
Another belated post this one as a month has disappeared in a flash. A trip to Edinburgh allowed us a day at Loch Leven NNR, including the RSPB site there. The morning walking around the RSPB reserve was hampered by … Continue reading
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Tagged birds, Fungi, Heron, Loch Leven, mammals, Roe Deer, rspb, Scotland