Sunday, 18 June 2017

Harden Moor

Sunday 18th June a.m.
 A bright sunny start to the day with a temperature of 16°C on Harden Moor, my first birds of the morning being Oystercatcher,Mipit and Robin.The Sand Martins were in their usual spot with House Martins, Swallows and Swift also present during the morning.There were a number of Willow Warblers singing with a couple of Garden Warblers also joining in but a Song Thrush seemed to drown them all out. Whitethroat was seen as was a Redpoll, also a few Butterflies around and some flowers adding to the mix in the form of a Purple Orchids.
Nigel.
Garden Warbler



Willow Warbler


Meadow Pipit


Oystercatcher

Redpoll

Robin

Song Thrush

Speckled Wood Butterfly

Purple Orchids

Harden Moor 18/6/2017


3 comments:

  1. Great Garden Warbler - a bird that I rarely see.
    John

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  2. Thanks John, Harden Moor has been a good spot for Garden Warbler for a couple of years.
    Nigel.

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  3. Great find with the Garden Warbler Nigel, and cracking photo's again per usual.

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