Devon Bird Sightings: Other Wildlife from 15th–21st March 2020

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Tuesday 17th March 2020

Late Post - Baggy

Plenty of bird activity at Baggy yesterday morning with several species focused on chasing one another around including Meadow & Rock Pipits parachuting down from the sky!

A male Sparrowhawk flew past in a flash panicking most of the birds including the gulls. A single Swallow flying fast & low over the gorse but only seen once just for a few seconds.

A few Peacock butterflies on the wing & one Small Tortoisehell which we were delighted to see due to the rapid declines in this species during the last few years.

Posted March 17th, 2020 at 9:59 am by Rob Jutsum in Other Wildlife

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