Slapton and Beesands

A mid-afternoon visit to Slapton to see the black-crowned night heron was immediately successful as half a dozen birders on the bridge were observing it, easily visible at a distance of about 15m. Some students from the field centre were passing by and enjoyed looking through various scopes. At Beesands, the hooded crow proved elusive at first but was eventually spotted flying along a drive before alighting on the roof of a bungalow.

Posted May 1st at 9:26 pm by Robert Morgan in Bird News