The few areas of sheltered sallows are always worth a look in the strong winds. Today there were three Firecrest with fourÂ Long-tailed Tit and six Chiffchaff.
Archive for March 31st, 2006
This Grass Snake was seen at Castle Water crossing the footpath that leads to the hide, it stayed still long enough to get this picture. Grass Snakes are the longest British snake and can grow up to a metre.They can lay about 40 eggs which are laid in warm places, such as old tree stumps and compost heaps.
Also today 5 Swallow, 65 Mediterranean Gull and 50+ Sandwich Tern at Ternery Pool. And 6 Sand Martin over Lime Kiln.