British birds update


This video from England is called RSPB Dearne Valley Old Moor Nature Reserve.

From Old Moor & Dearne Valley blog in Yorkshire, England:

Saturday Sightings on the last day of May…

Nicola_volunteer

31 May 2014 4:27 PM

Hello, here are the sightings from the book from OM today.

Wath Ings – 3 ringed plover, a redshank, a male wigeon, great crested grebe, a female teal, oystercatcher and a little grebe.

Wader Scrape – 6 avocet, a common tern, 4 ringed plover, 2 med[itteranean] gulls and 2 little ringed plover.

Of no fixed abode as the saying goes – a male cuckoo, a lesser whitethroat, 30+ tree sparrows, 6 sand martins and a bullfinch.

The bittern was heard booming and there was a common scoter on Manvers and a black necked grebe on Broomhill.

That’s it, short and sweet unless you know of anything else.

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