Slapton

A visit to Slapton today did not produce a great deal, virtually nothing on or over the sea, only real species of note on the Ley were two pairs of Gadwall, several Great Crested Grebe and a large number of Mute Swan.

The smaller birds made the day with 5 + Chiffchaff, several pairs of Stonechat and Reed Bunting, a Sky Lark seen low over the Field centre end and several more heard singing, very brief view of a Cetti's Warbler and numerous calls often close at hand but unable to see the calling bird.

Back home in South Brent male and female Reed Bunting on the garden feeders.

 

Posted March 31st, 2016 at 9:47 pm by Steve Hopper in General Birding