Only potentially the ‘scarcest’ Bird that is likely to alight on our patch this year, so how the deuces could we have forgotten it? We have to hark back to Thursday to find out, not about the absentmindedness but the
This is the 3rd successive year that this species from mainland Europe has shown up here, with memories of the last one which was also a 4 Woodpecker day including
along with the Sparrow sized
'not many of those to the pound' and we cannot continue before recalling another magical day at the
Portland Bird Observatory
when only on one single occassion we were privileged to see one
Otherwise the overnight temperature, which continues to be unseasonably low, did once again produce the 'goods' adding
Lesser Swallow Prom yesterday, both being May-time Insects but much has been early this year.
It was refreshing to find a 'pair' of
Back on the Heath it was more
moth going against the afore mentioned trend as 15 days later than last years first sighting.
Airport Fire Fighting Practice Area
seems to be completed and now looking foreward to here the alarm bells sound!
We also ended the day with another 'first for the year as a
will be nibbling your
in a few months time!