Saturday, March 31, 2007


A cool north-easterly blew for most of the day today, though it was fairly bright and occationally sunny. A pair of Common Buzzard showed well to the south of the village albeit distantly, before moving west and out of view.
Common Buzzard

Had the moth trap on for the duration last night with somewhat disappointing results, just three Hebrew Character in there.

A walk over to Felbrigg mid-morning did not result in the hoped for Sand Martin, in fact it was fairly quiet here with just a handfull of Tufties and a few Mallard. A Green Woodpecker did make an appearance feeding on some boggy ground but I believe was technically in Felbrigg, not Aylmerton! Also here some mating Toads nearly got squished on the main footpath 'til I moved them!
Green Woodpecker

Common Toad

Collared Dove

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