Saturday, 31 May 2008

L.R Plovers, Garden warblers and a Turtle dove...

Spent the morning at Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve where I had 41 Species all together. Highlights were at least 5 LITTLE RINGED PLOVER (3 ON NESTS), C10 GARDEN WARBLER( 1 PAIR GIVING GREAT VIEWS DOWN TO 2 METRES) and the EGYPTIAN GOOSE family with 4 Goslings. Not much else was of interest apart from 1 KINGFISHER.

...and I just popped to Bough beech where I had great views of 1 TURTLE DOVE (YEAR TICK) and a SPARROWHAWK which put everything up!

1 comment:

Boulmer Birder said...

Nice blog lads, keep up the good work. I thought that birding had died out amongst the young'uns! Great to see you have so many contributors....