Posted February 24th at 2:13 pm in News by Kevin Cox
Once again, it's been a busy month for bird news. The Waxwings are still around and the Desert Wheatear at Leasfoot Beach is looking very smart and it's coming into breeding plumage. It has even been heard to sing though it's chances of attracting a mate are, sadly, limited.
The Desert Wheatear at Leasfoot Beach (photo: Greg Bradbury)
Also, if you do nothing else this month, please make a note of the date for this year's AGM: Wednesday 22 March at 7am, Exeter Court Hotel. Full details are below in this issue of The Harrier.