This is no Farmoor, Otmoor or Port Meadow. This is Grimsbury. It's Grim up north!

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Monday, 20 April 2015

A few recent images from Grimsbury

I promised Gareth I'd contribute to the blog in his absence this week so here I am! Spring migration has been a real stop, start affair so far and with such fine weather today and tomorrow, couple with NE winds, bird movement will probably be fairly limited for the time being. Fingers crossed for Gareth nothing too unusual drops in while he's away!

This evening, there were 3 Little Ringed Plover again in residence, together with a lone Common Sandpiper. Blackcaps really have now arrived in force. I saw with at least 3 courting a female in a single bush this evening. Competition appears fierce in the world of a Blackcap!

In the meantime, here are a few of my images from the last few days at Grimsbury:

John F.-T.

White Wagtail

Common Sandpiper



Sedge Warbler

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