Thursday, 25 November 2010

First Tring BRAMBLING of autumn

This morning there was little of note to report from Wilstone – five Dunlin and a Common Redshank being the highlights.

On the mammal front there was a Chinese Water on the mud and I watched a Weasel take a mouse of some sort by the Dry Canal.

The morning though I also saw my first BRAMBLING, looked like 1st winter female, in the garden. Given the number seen locally this autumn it is not entirely unexpected, but it was still enjoyable nonetheless (Roy Hargreaves)

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