Saturday, March 11, 2006

March 7th-11th

Despite an interesting start to the week, the rest of it did not continue in the same manner, with murkey mornings followed by rain drenched days. I set the moth trap up on the mildest evening during the period but drew a blank. Did manage to 'luck in' whilst at work Friday morning, visiting a customer briefly in Weybourne, I saw a Waxwing as I was leaving in their neighbours garden, though it didn't stick around long.
Back to today and the cool air is back with us and so were a flurry of snow showers. Had a single male Siskin briefly on the feeders this morning but he soon flew off. Apart form the usual garden birds the only sightings of note were 2 Sparrowhawks, 140 Pink footed Geese in two groups heading west mid afternoon and 120 Fieldfare going to roost this evening.


Snowdrops



...more snow drops



Blue Tit



Robin

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