We also paid a visit to Harden Moor after last weeks sucess, thing were different though,
no sign of Sand Martins,fewer Mipits & warblers took some finding.Near a patch of
Blackberries hidden in the cover of a tree a Whitethroat was pecking away at a ripe berry.
There were also a couple of flighty Blackcaps, we sat on a nearby rock in the sunshine hoping
one of them would show long enough for a snap.After a minute or two a Warbler appeared
& we got some snaps but we could not decide which type,probably Willow that seems to be the
most common.Anyway snaps are below which we've labelled warbler, we found it much easier to
ID the Peacock butterfly.
|Hewenden Viaduct with Soil Hill in the background which keeps sprouting wind turbines.|