Saturday, 5 June 2021

Harden Moor

Saturday 5th June a.m.

  A lovely sunny morning with a temperature of 12°C, hard work spotting the birds now the trees have their full leaf canopy, a Blackcap gave me the run around before I briefly spotted it.  Song Thrushes were noisy and more easily seen from their tree top perches, plenty young in nests needing feeding so Whitethroats were less visible.  A Redpoll with its bright red chest did stand out and waited for a picture taking, others included Oystercatcher, Kestrel, Red-legged Partridge, Cuckoo, Mipits, House Martin, Swallow, Curlew, Dunnock, Mistle Thrush, Skylark, Jay, Willow Warbler and Pied Wagtail.


Willow Warbler


Mistle Thrush


Peacock Butterfly

Pied Wagtail

Red-legged Partridge


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