Wednesday, 2 September 2009

levington and Landguard

31st August
After a rough day at Mins the day before, I decided to go where I should have gone in the first place. A nice little spot, Levington Creek always seems to have a nice variety of birds with yet again a different array of species today. Golden Plover, Turnstone, Blackwits and Dunlin were in evidence along with the usual Lapwing and Oytercatcher. Some people were photographing Wasp Spiders. No sign of yesterday's Marsh Sandpiper though.
Landguard was quiet, although good views were obtained of Wheatear on the common and Willow Warbler in the bushes. A nice morning.

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