Wednesday, 3 June 2009

No Strangers On The Shore.

The Lake was rather quiet with a smaller count of Gulls and Wildfowl to the eye.

Cygnet was seen with both parents and still looks well.

Another Swan was seen with four young Cygnets in tow and is probably the one I thought had only got three when I scanned the far reed bed last week. Although at this stage I cannot be sure as the Lake has a largish number of resident Swans.

The Beach had little to offer with the Gulls offshore including a few Great Black-backed amongst the Herring Gulls and little else .

The *Gorse Walk* produced its usual array of singing birds including a duo of Goldcrests and the Wren that obligingly stopped around long enough to photograph it.
The Wren was another Patch Tick.

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