Thursday, August 21, 2008

Sheringham Bird Observatory

Another jaunt down here late afternoon saw little change in the state of play, a Wheatear showed as the rain started, and was then followed by a Whimbrel flying in from the south. Running the trap for moths last night, my first immigrants of the autumn were represented by 3 Silver Y and a single White Point.

Ringed Plover

Guillimot offshore

White Point

Last word today goes to Josh, who tentatively picked up his GCSE results this morning. Despite taking his exams under pressure this spring, he done brilliantly, getting 8 GCSE's. Well done son, we're all very proud.

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