Tuesday, 20 July 2010

River Warbler in Norfolk - 4 July

Initial News of a singing River Warbler in Norfolk lead to long day waiting for details of location and access. A late evening visit duly delivered the bird - singing its head off but lurking down in the vegetation making viewing difficult and photography impossible. An enjoyable evening nevertheless for those who turned out.

Dark green Fritillery Holme Dunes 10 July. At least 3 flying together but rarely settling in a strong breeze

Lime Hawk Moth Holme 4 July

Pine Hawk Moth 4 July Holme

Collared Dove Bedford - nesting in a Hanging Basket beside the busy front door of my workplace, and with 2 rapidly developing chicks.

Robin Bedford. Fledged in or around the garden

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