Sunday, 23 May 2010

Temperatures hit 82 degrees fahrenheit

Butterflies were again the order of the day with more and more emerging as temperatures reach near record levels for the time of the year. On the bird front, it was mainly quiet, but an OSPREY brightened the day up flying over Wilstone Reservoir at 1649 hours, before veering east and then north over Marsworth village. The juvenile COMMON SHELDUCK remained.

On the Hills, the first COMMON QUAIL of the summer was calling continuously this evening from Down Farm

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