Topsham Recreation Ground

The Yellow-browed Warbler was still at the Topsham recreation ground at around 11am this morning.  There were a surprising number of birds about, including a flock of Long-tailed Tits, quite a few Goldfinches, a couple of Redwings and a lone female Stonechat. On the river there was a Long-tailed Duck and Goldeneye, with a Ringed Plover on the mud with the gulls and Redshanks, and a Kingfisher.

Posted December 29th, 2016 at 1:25 pm by Richard Swinbank in Bird News