Sunday, 14 May 2017
MAY TIME - AIN`T NO TIME TO SIT AROUND AND SPOON.
The first two weeks of May have gone in a flash and once again I have perfected the art of being in the right place at the wrong time,but lets have a look at what I have seen.
GOLDFINCH SAMPHIRE HOE
AVOCETS Attempted to nest at Rest Harrow scrape but the egg laid was soon predated.
If you look closely the egg is at her feet.
Seeing off a crow.
CUCKOO on a murky day at Dungeness
SWIFTS are back.
GREY PLOVER in summer plumage at PEGWELL BAY.
RED KNOT AT PEGWELL BAY
GOLDEN PLOVER- SANDWICH
ICELAND GULL AT THE PATCH DUNGENESS
HOBBY AT DUNGENESS RSPB RESERVE
COMMON TERN RYE HARBOUR
AVOCETS are breeding in large numbers now at Rye Harbour.
ADONIS BLUE MALE
NIGHTINGALE in full song at Grove Ferry
More soon folks,must get my moth photos downloaded soon.
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