Saturday, 5 May 2012

Local Glossy Ibis and Great White Egret

This spring is starting to give last year's spring a good run for it's money. There's already been Ring Ouzel's, a redstart, a spotted flycatcher, an Alpine Swift, Groppers and Nightingales. Today saw a Great White Egret and the local area's first twitchable Glossy Ibis at Bowers Marsh/Wat Tyler. If the sun came out it could go nuts! 


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