Monday, 13 February 2012

Greylags at Redcar Tarn

Monday 13th February p.m.
 A slow thaw was setting in at Redcar Tarn this afternoon and the sun even made an appearance
the temperature up to the dizzy heights of 6°C.There is an ever present Domesticated Greylag
Goose at the Tarn but today it was joined by another 20 and there was a further 17 in the field
lower down, I've not seen them here before. The Canadas had returned as had a few Tufted Ducks
and there were large numbers of Gulls including a LBB, also Pied Wagtail and Lapwings.
c350 - BH Gull
146 - Mallard
37 - Greylag Goose
30 - Coot
23 - Common Gull
22 - Canadas
8 - Lapwing
5 - Moorhen
5 - Rook
5 - Carrion Crow
4 - Pied Wagtail
4 - Tufted Duck
3 - Muscovy Duck
1 - Lesser Black-backed Gull
plus others
LBB Gull

LBB Gull,Mallards & Coot

Mallards,Greylags & Gulls

Greylag Goose

Pied Wagtail

Canadas

Common & BH Gull

Mind your step Common Gull on that ice

Lapwings

LBB Gull head & shoulders above the rest

Greylags in the field looking back towards Keighley

1 comment:

  1. A nice selection there Danny, LBB gulls are great.

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